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en: Beirut, Lebanon: part of Rue Minet al Hosn, where Rafik Hariri was assassinated on February 14, 2005. The photo was taken on July 22, 2005 when investigation still wasn't completed and the street was "conserved" and closed.

sl: Bejrut, Libanon: del ulice Rue Minet al Hosn, kjer je bil 14.2.2005 izveden atentat na Rafika Haririja. Fotografija je bila posneta 22.7.2005, ko preiskava atentata še ni bila končana in je zato ulica bila zaprta in "konzervirana".

I took the photo myself with Olympus C-360.

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