This very ancient Muslim cemetery / garden is a nice, quiet place to walk and meditate, a stone's throw from the busy city center. Sadly this very ancient place has recently fallen prey to real estate moguls who are planning on destroying part of the cemetery to build some luxury compound on it. Once we were taking photos with a friend when two guards came and told us it was forbidden to take pics because, quote, "the landscape now belongs to a millionaire who bought the place and will soon destroy it". That was very bizarre. I cannot understand how the municipality can plan on letting some real estate investor destroy a medieval cemetery and garden in one of the world's holiest cities.
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