Some items, photos and souvenirs  collected here and there over the years reminding me of many surprising and varied travels in the vast Oriental world:

Photo of main temple at Abu Simbel near the border to Sudan, Egypt, 1985

Inlay work on wooden box, Damascus, Syria, 1994

Ancient postcard of Palmyra, Syria, 1995

Photo of Krak des Chevaliers, Syria, 1996

“Ironically, the basis for the growth in the age of the Crusades
lay in the stability and good relations between the Muslim world
and the Christians, both in the Holy Land itself and elsewhere.”

from:  Silk Roads by Peter Frankopan

Postcard with view on mosque of old Tunis, Tunisia, 1997

Rai music cassette, Algiers, Algeria , 1999

Berber music cassette, Oasis of Tamerza, Sahara, Tunisia, 2001

“If someone hits you with a stone,
hit him with bread,
your bread will return to you
and his stone will return to him.”

Old Tunisian saying

Special stamp on postcard, Tripoli, Libya, 2004

Photo of junction, Oasis of Douz, Sahara, Tunisia, 2006

One Dinar, Kuwait-City, Kuwait, 2008

“The love of money is the root of all evil.”

Proverb from England

Thanks for following this short expedition thru time and space.

But now it’s definitely summer vacation time, see you soon again, salut, ciao, tschüss!

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I like travelling through the diverse realities and cultures of this world not only as a tourist. Nature, history of ancient sites or creative works are fascinating me however also abandoned places or ordinary things can be just magical and amazing. The multiple aspects and rich diversity of our blue planet need to be however nourished and protected. Please be so kind to respect that all texts, graphics or photos in this blog are protected by copyright. Unless otherwise mentioned by naming the individuali author, creator, designer or photographer all copyrights hold by suburban tracks. This is moreover an AWARD FREE BLOG! Thank you in advance for appreciation and kind understanding. COMMENTS ARE WELCOMED IN GERMAN, FRENCH OR ENGLISH!

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