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9 Nissan

New Baghdad or Baghdad Al-Jidida (Arabic,بغداد الجديدة) is one of nine administrative districts in Baghdad, Iraq. This district has nine Neighborhood Advisory Councils (NAC) and a District Advisory Council. It is located east of the city center.[1][2]

This district was renamed, 9 Nissan or Tisa Nissan was the new name Nissan is the word for April, although most Iraqis do not yet use that name (9 Nissan). It is also known as 7 Nissan.[3]

  • 29. Shaab stadium, Bor Saeid sqr, Matyr's Monument (Al-Shaheed Monument)
  • 30. Muthana, Zayouna
  • 31. Ghadeer, Masaloon sqr
  • 32. New Baghdad neighbourhood (Baghdad Al jadida), Alef Dar, Al Khaleej
  • 33. Habibiya, Dur Al Umal, Baladiyat
  • 34. Mashtal, Ameen, Nafit, Rustomaniya
  • 35. Fedhailia, Kamaliya
  • 36. Al Husseinia, Ma'amal, Al Rasheed
  • 37. Al-Ubedy, Ma'amil 2

See also

Iraq portal

Notes

References

  • Washington Post interview with LTC Kevin Farrell
  • http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/iraq/maps-baghdad.htm

External links

  • New Baghdad on Google maps

Coordinates: 33°18′48″N 44°30′42″E / 33.31347°N 44.51177°E / 33.31347; 44.51177

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