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  • Jamarat Bridge

    Jamarat Bridge (Arabic: جسر الجمرات‎‎; transliterated “Jisr al-Jamarat”) is a pedestrian bridge in Mina used by Hajj pilgrims during the ritual of Rami al-Jamarat. The bridge was first constructed in 1963, before being demolished to pave the way for a new multilevel structure at a cost of $1.7 billion.

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