Wehda Street

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Wehda Street (Arabic: شارع الوحدة‎) also spelled Wihda Street is a thoroughfare that runs through central Gaza City, more or less parallel with Omar Mukhtar Street. It branches off west of the main Salah al-Din Road which runs north–south through the Gaza Strip and opens into Nasser Street just before it ends at al-Shifa Hospital.[1] Notable Gaza landmarks, namely Qasr al-Basha and the Sayed Hashem Mosque are situated off Wehda Street.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jacobs, 1998, p.452.
  2. ^ Winter, 1999, p.429.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Winter, David (2000), Israel Handbook: With the Palestinian Authority Areas, Footprint Travel Guides, ISBN 978-1-900949-48-4
  • Jacobs, Daniel (1998), Israel and the Palestinian territories, Rough Guides, ISBN 978-1-85828-248-0