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I understand the new library opening in Alex is stunning, architecturally
and in terms of unusual collections of materials. They are probably on the
web, somewhere. They are aiming at building a world-class facility, harking
back to the era when the Alexandria library was the greatest one in the
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> >> > Can't say I know of a muslim country that would be nice to live in.
> >I wouldn't mind seeing places like Morocco and Turkey. I think
> I'd hold of
> >before making travel plans to Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq,
> or Syria.
> >I'd be a little nervous about Egypt, but the pyramids are probably worth
> >risk themselves.
> The pyramids -- isn't that where a bunch of fanatics murdered a group of
> tourists not long ago? I'd say the new underwater discoveries in
> sound more enticing to me.
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