A glimpse into the history of the city of Hali and the history and architecture of the Hali Valley
A glimpse of the architecture of Hala and the Huli Valley in the city and the surrounding countryside of Huli, in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
The Hali valley is a popular tourist destination in the coastal city of Pangong.
A large number of houses and small commercial buildings were constructed in the valley between 1970 and 1990.
Although Hali is located on the eastern coast of Pekan, the valley’s location and size make it a popular spot for locals to visit.
This is a photo from the early 1980’s of the buildings of the town of Pemba on the southern coast of Holi.
From the early 1960s to the late 1980s, many of the houses in the area were converted into commercial establishments, including restaurants, a hotel, and even a bakery.
Many of the small residential buildings in the Holi Valley are still standing and still stand today, making it an attractive place for visitors.
These are a few of the shops and shops of the late 1960s and 1970s.
This photograph from the late 1990s shows the Pembo Restaurant in Pembe, Huli.
In the late ’70s and into the ’80s, there were many shops and restaurants in the nearby Pembu village.
There were also many shops in the village, and many shops still stand in the villages of Peng and Pang, Hulih, and Kebong.
In some areas, the shops are still used for trading.
I visited Pembi and Kekang in the early 1970s, which is now a popular shopping destination.
The area is still a tourist destination today.
Holi is a tourist town and there are many tourist sites, including the Kebo Market, which has become a tourist attraction since it opened in 1989.
One of the most famous sites in Hali, Hali’s largest mosque, is located in Keba-Pembo village.
In the 1970s-1980s, Hliwani Town was an important trading and manufacturing area in the town.
Togel Hjk is a famous tourist destination located on top of a mountain in the southern part of Hliwi.
At the top of the mountain, one can see the famous mountain scene of the famous “Sikilasik” movie.
Several old buildings and houses have been converted into hotels and other tourist attractions in the past, such as the historic Pangju Hotel and the modern Kebu Boon Hotel.