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Coconut Palm in Egypt/Hurghada

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ammarrin

Hello, I went to Egypt, Hurghada, I saw something what my eyes can’t believe. Is it Coconut? 

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GottmitAlex

They sure do look like coconuts.

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bubba

Hurghada, Egypt is latitude 27.25 N. Not a contender...

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Bill H2DB

   I did a brief Google Maps  street drive around of Hurghada .  There's a lot of Royals there , but way more date Palms , of course .

  The day that the Google-mobile  took the pics was very windy . 

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Donato

Yes in gouna hourgada marsa Alam 

I have seen coconut palms they love heat 

Even in saudi arabia a friend of mine has hundreds in his house 

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