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This is a photo showing the New Al Garhoud Bridge, crossing Dubai Creek in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on 18 October 2007
|Country||United Arab Emirates|
|• Total||4 km2 (2 sq mi)|
|• Density||1,100/km2 (2,900/sq mi)|
Al Garhoud (Arabic: القرهود, al-qarhūd) is a commercial and residential zone. It is near Mirdif and it is located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Al Garhoud is close to Dubai International Airport and therefore preferred by Emirates Airline pilots as a living place. The Emirates Aviation College is also situated in Al Garhoud.
The roads around Al Garhoud are notorious for their traffic. People generally leave out the 'Al' part of Al Garhoud and call it Garhoud.
- Cambridge International School, Dubai
- The Indian High School, Dubai
- Al Mawakeb School - Al Garhoud
- Grammar School, Dubai
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- "Al Mawakeb School - Al Garhoud." Al Mawakeb Schools. Retrieved on November 15, 2015. "Since opening its doors in 1979, this AMSI managed school is one of Dubai’s most well-established international schools. "
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