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Mecca (Makkah) streets map

Map of Mecca (Makkah) streets

The Mecca (Makkah) streets map shows all street network and main roads of Mecca (Makkah). This streets map of Mecca (Makkah) will allow you to find your routes through the streets of Mecca (Makkah) in Saudi Arabia. The Mecca (Makkah) streets map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Municipality of the Holy Capital announced today (Monday) that the General Administration of Roads and Lighting continued to install street name plates in some neighborhoods of Mecca (Makkah). The Naming and Numbering Department of the Construction and Maintenance Agency in Makkah Al-Mukarramah granted the Al-Khadra neighborhood and Rashidiya streets new names, including Hateen Street, Mu’ta Street, Al-Thahab Street, Silver Street, Dhat Erq Street, and Al-Sahab Street as you can see in Mecca (Makkah) streets map. The Secretariat noted that the Construction and Maintenance Agency also continued the work of agriculture, maintenance and irrigation, by maintaining green areas in Park 9 and Park 22 in Shara’a, in addition to maintaining the central islands in Shasha, forming fences on Hajj Street and planting about 50 thousand flowers.

There are 18,905 streets in Mecca (Makkah) without names. This was revealed in a new study supervised by the Ibrahim Al-Saidi Office in Makkah. The study categorized the city into four different zones. The north zone comprised the municipalities of Al-Otaibiyah, Al-Umrah, Al-Aziziyah and Al-Mashaer; the central zone comprised Al-Ghazza and Ajyad municipalities; the eastern zone was composed of Al-Maabdah and Al-Sharae municipalities while the western zone was made up of Al-Misfelah and Al-Shawqiyah municipalities as its shown in Mecca (Makkah) streets map. The study reviewed the names of streets that were accorded by the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs. During the exercise it was discovered that there were 18,905 unnamed streets. There were 2,236 streets with proper names.

Mecca (Makkah) Mall is the biggest and most important shopping centre in Mecca (Makkah). It hosts countless shops with both local and international brands as well as cafes and restaurants as its mentioned in Mecca (Makkah) streets map. It also has a huge play park for kids. Bedoon Essm, this boutique is specialised in women clothing, bags and accessories. They sell traditional Islamic dresses as well as different brands of bags and wallets. The chain has several stores spread throughout Mecca and in the major shopping centres. Established in 1970, Al Haramain has now become one of the leading companies in the production and retailing of perfume in the Middle East and beyond. In their Mecca (Makkah) showroom you can find all their premium perfumes, scents and oils.

Mecca (Makkah) roads map

Map of Mecca (Makkah) roads

The Mecca (Makkah) roads map shows all road network and highways of Mecca (Makkah). This roads map of Mecca (Makkah) will allow you to find your routes through the roads and motorways of Mecca (Makkah) in Saudi Arabia. The Mecca (Makkah) roads map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Mecca (Makkah) (Makkah; running east-west) highways, which constitute the two main axes of the city as you can see in Mecca (Makkah) roads map. With its grid system of wide thoroughfares and expressways, modern Riyadh was designed as an automobile-oriented city. The highway between Jeddah and Mecca (Makkah) is about 80km long. Before reaching the boundry of Mecca (Makkah), the highway indicates that Non-Muslims take the right exit, as it is against Islam law to let non- Muslims enter the Holy City. The distance between this exit and the holy Mosque is 27km.

Paved roads link Mecca (Makkah) with the main cities of Saudi Arabia and neighbouring countries as its shown in Mecca (Makkah) roads map. In accordance with the prescribed route, all pilgrims have to be transported from Mecca (Makkah) to ʿArafāt, a distance of about 12 miles, during the early morning of the ninth day of the month of Dhū al-Ḥijjah. During the night of the same day, they must travel to Minā, which is almost two miles from Mecca (Makkah); after three days, all are returned to Mecca. This problem has been met by the construction of a good road network, an adequate supply of vehicles, and traffic control.

Mecca (Makkah) has expanded along the roads through the mountain gaps to the north, northwest, and west as its mentioned in Mecca (Makkah) roads map. Among the modern residential areas are Al-ʿAzīziyyah and Al-Fayṣaliyyah along the road to Minā and Al-Ẓāhir, Al-Zahraʿā, and Shāriʿ al-Manṣūr along the roads to Jeddah and Medina. Expansion has been accompanied by the construction of new streets in the old city. In the 21st century a number of skyscraper hotels were built in the area around the mosque.