Walking around the streets at night gives the feeling of travelling back in time, to a place where time has stopped.
The infrastructures here are few and the electricity is scarce – at night it is possible to see the stars on the horizon.
Mountains shield from the scorching desert wind and the muezzin’s chants from all the minarets strike you with strength and melancholy, reminding you that you are in a place where religion still dictates ordinary, everyday life.
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