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Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands continues with our adventures into the Rooftop Gardens in which we freeze water and teleport about, fun times! – – – – Playlist- Twitter –!/RavenValor95 A man tends his rooftop garden in Pali Hill, Mumbai. Pali Hill lies on the west coast of Mumbai, running closely parallel to Carter Road (recently renamed Naushad Ali Road), a popular sea-front and promenade. Both these roads are situated in the Bandra(West) suburb (H-West Ward) of Mumbai city, India. Situated mainly on a few rolling hills with alternate steep and mellow sides, has it garnered the name Pali Hill (albeit there are definitely more than one hill). Although the main route of the road has been smoothened and paved, the buildings and bungalows are nestled within both the “valleys” and “crests” of the said hills. Nearby localities include Pali Village and Pali Naka Pali Hill boasts of an expanse of trees forming arches over the roads. Originally an area of mildly cultivated orchards, fields and untamed forests, over the period of forty years it has been deforested and made suitable for large scale residential habitation. A few of those giant trees remain to this day in building compounds, bungalow gardens and on the roads. The most widely seen tree is the Gulmohar tree. Also abundant are large (and rare in Mumbai) Banyan trees, Peepul trees, Mango trees, Ashoka trees, Wild Almond trees, Wild Neem trees as well as a variety of shrubs, grasses, bamboos and trees like those of the Papaya, Jackfruit, Custard-apple, and Guava to name a few. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPrince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands HD Playthrough Episode 24: Rooftop GardensNew Floating Monster & Rooftop Gardens – Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands – Part 13Casanovas And Rooftop Gardens Night Clubs […]

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