The 1650 squared meters building is located in a marginalized poor and over populated locality named Essaida.
In its northern part, Essaida Neighborhood is adjacent to another similar neighborhood called El Hilal.
Whereas the southern part continues to Martyrs Neighborhood that is separates from the El Wardia Neighborhood by the Martyrs Cemetery.
In its eastern part, Essaida Neighborhood falls on the boarders of the residential district...
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