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Al Mankhool

Al Mankhool
المنخول
United Arab Emirates community
Northern periphery of Al Mankhool at the intersection of Khaled bin Al Waleed Street and Al Mankhool Road.
Northern periphery of Al Mankhool at the intersection of Khaled bin Al Waleed Street and Al Mankhool Road.
Country United Arab Emirates
Emirate Dubai
City Dubai
Area
 • Total 1 km2 (0.4 sq mi)
Population name=dhcc>Existing Population and Future Holding Capacities in Dubai Urban Area. Dubai Healthcare City. 2000 (2000)
 • Total 16,013
Community number 317
Coordinates

Al Mankhool (Arabic: المنخول‎) is a locality in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Located in western Dubai, in the area of Bur Dubai, Al Mankhool is largely a residential area. However, several restaurants, hotels and financial service corporations (such as Citibank and National Bank of Dubai) are located in Al Mankhool. Route D 90 (Al Mankhool Road) runs east-west through the locality, while Khaled bin Al Waleed Street runs perpendicular to Al Mankhool road. The section of Khaled bin Waleed Street that is in the proximity of Al Mankhool is sometimes referred to as Bank Street [1][2] by expatriates.

Al Mankhool is bordered by Umm Hurair in the north, Al Rifa in the west, Al Karama to the east and Al Jafiliya to the south. Important landmarks in Al Mankhool include the Al Mankhool Community Health Centre and the Bur Dubai Etisalat service centre.

References

  1. ^ Dubai Banks. Zayed University
  2. ^ Dubai on the cheap. The Guardian. January 8, 2006


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