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My Neighborhood - My Favorites

This is not a comprehensive or neutral list.  It contains my personal recommendations of neighborhood businesses, ones that I patronize because they are friendly, polite, and offer quality products and services.  A few others are noted because they are particularly useful for their hours or range of goods.

 

Newcomers may initially find it hard to locate these places since Beirut-style addresses are imprecise.  The attached map identifies the main streets near AUB, and the numbers help locate places on or just off those streets.  I strongly recommend purchasing the ‘A-Z’ street maps of Beirut, Zawarib Beirut.

 

Ras Beirut still has many village-like qualities, and knowing shopkeepers on a first name basis is part of the neighborhood experience!  

Cynthia Myntti, AUB Neighborhood Initiative

August 2013

 

1.   Groceries-Food

1.1. Aziz – On the boundary between our neighborhood and downtown, Aziz is the place for hard-to-find gourmet items. Best international cheeses in Beirut and excellent wine selection. Kantari.01-358000 (off the map)

1.2. Earth Market each Tuesday from 8am-1pm.  An open air farmer’s market is open in the alley in front of Bread Republic.  Fresh organic produce, pulses, nuts, traditional pastries. Freshly made saj sandwiches.

1.3. Edisson Roastery Shatila- This favored traditional nuts shop also sells sesame brittle and dried fruits. Pistachios are especially good.  Makdissi at Antoine Gemayel St.  Yousef can be reached at  01-342083/ 03-765392.

1.4. Healthy Basket shop -  An AUB project supporting organic producers in Lebanon. Sells fresh produce and Adonis Valley organic oils, jams, vinegars and pastes. http://www.healthybasket.org/contact.php. Down from TSC, on Adonis Street, facing St. Rita’s church. 01-747831.  Open M-F 7:30-3:30.  Products are also on sale at the AUB Pilot Plant on Thursdays.

1.5. Idriss Supermarket – Good all around grocery store near AUBMC, with extensive, inexpensive housewares section.  No alcohol or pork products. Sidani/Souraty Street

1.6. Lukma Tayyiba – This immaculate shop sells excellent yogurts, labnes, local cheeses, and other artisanal products. Sidani St.

1.7. Nougatini – Sisters Rima and Karima el-Barrage continue the chocolate business their father established. Exquisite chocolates, chocolate-dipped fruits and marzipan. Elegant seasonal displays, perfect gifts.  Pricey.  Jeanne d’Arc Street. 01-343759

1.8. Oussama the Greengrocer -  If you can look beyond the shambolic state of this hole-in-the-wall that expands onto the pavement and from their truck, you will find produce of above average quality at fair prices.  Oussama gives special attention to regular customers, many of whom are connected to AUB.  Gemayel St, off Sidani.

1.9. Sam’s Beverages – Hisham (Sam) Mawlawi offers a comprehensive selection of spirits, wines and beers.  Open noon to midnight. Near the COOP on Nehme Jafet St.  Home delivery. 03-397170

1.10.     Score Market -  Very convenient late hour shopping for basic foodstuffs, dairy, drinks and household cleaning things.  Staff not particularly friendly. Sidani St.

1.11.     Sidani Butchery – Mustapha and his colleagues do a rousing phone order business with local hotels and restaurants, and offer excellent quality meat and chicken - cut, ground or pounded to specification.  Polite service, home delivery.  White awning, no name on shop front.  Sidani at Mahatma Gandhi St. 01-740815, 01-740784.

1.12.     TSC – Kuwaiti supermarket chain located at the corner of Makdissi and Sadat. Open late, every day.

 

2.         Bread-Patisseries

  1.1. Amal Bohsali – Connoisseurs swear that this is the best oriental sweet shop in Beirut. Their baklawa is mouth-watering. Abdel-Aziz south of Emile Edde (Lyon) Street. (off the map)

1.2. Bread Republic – Beirut’s best shop for western style breads.  Try the fig or walnut rye bread, or a sesame baguette!  Café serves breakfast, sandwiches, soups.  Open from 7:30am until late. Off Hamra, near Jeanne d’Arc

1.3. Fleuron  - Pleasant Lebanese patisserie chain offering Western and Oriental sweets, plats du jour and salads.  A few tables for those who wish to eat in.  Makhoul at Abdel-Aziz.

1.4. Gustav – Executive pastry chef Noor Ramlawi has created some heavenly cakes and pies.  He also can place special orders for Oslo ice cream and sells it the cone, and has a small mezzanine with tables for eating in. Open 7am-10pm most days; opens later on Sunday. Antoine Gemayel, between Makdissi and Hamra. 01-747199 or 71 499961

1.5. La Cigale – The best croissants in Beirut (try the zaatar ones) and excellent cakes, salty pastries, ice cream cakes.  Also catering.  Salim Salloum is the ever-present manager, cigarette in hand. Nehme Jafet St, near the Mayflower Hotel. 01-344155

1.6. Taj al-Moulouk – Oriental sweets.  Their outstanding (and fattening) warm cheese kunafi is served on kaak each morning, and their sesame cookies (barazi’) are excellent. They also serve ice cream. Bliss St at Sadat.

 

3. Snacks 

3.1. Bliss House - Everyone has their favorite shawarma place in town, and this is mine.  Bliss Street.  Great fresh juices next door.

3.2. Garo – Garo looks like he belongs on a Harley-Davidson, but runs a very popular place for Armenian sandwiches (basterma, soujouk and makanek). He decorates his place with pictures of himself and customers.  Open 11am-8pm.  Nehme Jafet St, near Hamra.  01-347603

3.3. Faysal’s – A great place for manaqeesh: oven-baked dough with zaatar mixture, cheese, and other condiments, usually eaten for breakfast.  Bliss Street at Sadat, opposite the Hbeish Police Station

3.4. Ichkhanian Bakery  - Madame Ichkhanian’s bakery is located in an old building in Zukak al-Blat, next to the (German) Orient Institute and just outside our AUB neighborhood. She makes the best Armenian meat pizzas (lahm bi-ajine) in Beirut.  Try the pomegranate version. Until 2pm, Mon-Sat.  Home delivery.01-375178, 03-216012 (off the map)

3.5. King of Foul -  This hole-in-the-wall place serves delicious foul and fattah mornings through early afternoon.  Located next to Oussama the greengrocer on Antoine Gemayel St.  Eat in or take away. 01-341589

3.6. Tabbara – Good falafel is hard to find in Ras Beirut, but the best place in the neighborhood is Tabbara.  Tabari St (parallel to Abdel-Aziz), south of Emile Edde (Lyon) Street. Open from 11am-6pm every day except Sunday. 01-350821. (off the map)

  

4. Ice Cream

4.1. Alpina – Actually a chocolate shop, their seasonal ice cream is also very good. In pre-packaged cones and squares, and by the half kilo.  Abdel-Aziz Street, near AUB. 01-344846

4.2. Bliss House (see 3.1) -  It’s terrible but delicious, the infamous, Beirut’s historical, soft “Merry Cream” ice cream.  Chocolate, strawberry or vanilla, or mixed.

4.3. Flor Gelato ItalianoNEW  Fine innovative ice creams. Behind Kaiten Sushi restaurant, Hamra.  01-742970.  71-362970.  Open daily 11am – midnight.

4.4. La Cigale (See 2.5) – Excellent ice cream and sorbets sold in half kilo and kilo containers, also decorated ice cream cakes. Near Mayflower Hotel.

4.5. Oslo – Beirut’s most delicious ice cream.  Can be ordered at Gustav or call for home delivery. Pricey. http://www.osloicecream.com/ 03-369313. (not on the map)

 

5. Cafes and Bars

5.1. Bread Republic (see 2.2) – This bread place also serves soups and sandwiches, and all day breakfasts. Open from 7:30am.  Off Hamra near Jeanne d’Arc.  A good meeting place.

5.2. Brisk – New ‘eco-friendly’ café with drinks, sandwiches and soups. No smoking.  Wifi.  On Hamra, in the old Cinema el Hamra building, near Red Shoe.

5.3. Buttermint – A café tucked behind a busy intersection, good food and service, and a pleasant outdoor seating area. Hamra at Abdel-Aziz St, toward Barbar.

5.4. Café Rawdah – This old-fashioned family place near the sea offers the perfect spot to drink lemonade and watch the sun set. Behind Luna Park, near the Sporting Club. (off the map)

5.5. Café Ristretto – Very popular small café with excellent coffees and cold drinks,  and serving breakfast and lunch.  Mahatma Gandhi Street.  Open daily except Sundays from 7am-6:30pm.  01-739475.

5.6. Cru - This small wine bar offers interesting new Lebanese wines by the glass and reasonable food. Matta Bldg. (opposite Le Rouge) Makdissi Street. 01-344565 

5.7. Dany’s -  A friendly simple neighborhood bar with outdoor seating.  In a popular little lane perpendicular to Hamra St, near Le Rouge on Makdissi.  01-740231. 03-904547  

5.8. Dar - This new café is situated in a pretty old house and garden, and offers light fare.  The building is actually the home of Dar el Mussawir, a photography workshop and bookshop. Rome Street, Wardiyyeh, in a little alley behind the Interdesign building.  01-373347. 71-236627.

5.9. De Prague - This café-bar always has a buzz, and combines good food, drink, wifi, and an occasional exhibition. Casual sofas and moody lighting.  Makdissi St., near Abdel-Aziz.  01-744864

5.10.     Democratic Republic of Music DRM – Hamra’s latest music venue- basement club and concert hall with industrial look, grey tones and exposed pipes. Souraty St at the corner of Ibrahim Abdel Aal. 70 -030032

5.11.     Ferdinand -  A cute and cozy bar on Mahatma Gandhi St, near Hamra.  Serves light food.  01-355955

5.12.     MedCafe – Casper and Gambini.  NEW Airy restaurant in the AUBMC, next to the Saab Medical Library on Maamari Street.  Salads are particularly good. Open daily early till late. No alcohol.

5.13.     Té Marbouta – Funky gathering place for progressive people and causes. Wifi. Lending library.  Upstairs reading +community meeting room. Outdoor seating area.  Back corner on the ground floor, Hamra Square.

5.14.     Younes - original – Move over Starbucks, Gloria Jean’s, Caribou and Costa, Younes is the real deal. A family-run business selling coffee beans of various origins, and brewed coffee in a pleasant open air café.  Wifi.  Nehmeh Jafet Street, near Commodore Hotel.

5.15.     Younes – Abdel-Aziz.   Amin Younes did AUB a great favor by creating a new branch of his enormously successful café near the Medical Gate, on Abdel-Aziz Street.

 

6.  Restaurants

6.1.        Al-Dirwandi –Lebanese food on the sea, opposite the Ain Mreisse mosque on the Corniche.  Don’t expect the greatest Lebanese food, but the rooftop offers a splendid setting on warm evenings. 01-366222 (off the map)

6.2.        Aunty Salwa – Charming simple place with Aunty Salwa herself  or her husband keeping an eye on her customers.  Lebanese home-cooking, daily dish or vegetarian mezzes. In an alleyway off Abdul-Aziz. No smoking. Well-priced. Lunch only, Mon-Sat. 01-749746

6.3.        Bagatelle  Restaurant in an old house with garden, simply decorated to emphasize the traditional architecture.  Basic Mediterranean menu.  Best to reserve.  In a small street off Jeanne d’Arc, near LaCigale. Ask for Pauline. 01-342842.

6.4.        Blue Note – Cozy neighborhood place with live jazz in the evening. Good daily specials. Makhoul Street, opposite St. Mary’s Church. 01-743857

6.5.        Bristol Hotel Les Gourmandises Coffee Shop – Enjoy a meal or refreshments from a glass window overlooking the street.  Excellent daily specials, salads, and pastries.  Good for a quiet conversation.  Follow Abdel-Aziz St south to Mme Curie. (off the map)

6.6.        Casablanca – Fusion with an Asian touch, excellent standard. Pricey. In an atmospheric old house on the sea. Weekend brunch good value. My personal favorite in Beirut.  Reserve. Ain Mreisse. 01—369334 (off the map)

6.7.        Garcia’s – Mexican bar and restaurant with good food and drinks, if pricey for what you get. In the Bread Republic and Earth Market alley. 01-738538/03578538.

6.8.        Gruen Eatery – Named after the modernist architect of the Gefinor center, fascinating people watching at lunch. California-oriented cuisine. Weekend brunches. Quiet for morning coffee and in the evenings. Need to reserve at lunch. Pricey. 01-737344.

6.9.        Kebab-ji – Good quality kebabs and mezzes. Very popular with AUB faculty, staff and students. Packed and noisy at lunch; empty at night.  Bliss St, behind MacDonalds.

6.10.     Le Rouge – A reasonably-priced neighborhood bistro with salads, sandwiches, pizzas and daily specials. Great desserts. Quality and service have been a bit up and down.  Makdissi Street at Ibrahim Abd el-Aal. 01-353585

6.11.     Osaka – Japanese sushi and cooked dishes, excellent quality, pricey. On the downtown edge of the neighborhood. Kantari. 01-360630 (off the map)

6.12.      Socrate – A cheery place especially good for lunch, with daily dishes and a mezze-salad bar. A block from the Bliss Gate on Sidani St.  Also catering. 01-363011

 

7.  Books- journals

7.1.        Antoine - The most extensive selection of books and magazines in Beirut.  Staff are mostly rude and unhelpful (so don’t take it personally). Hamra Street.

7.2.        Librarie Internationale -  Antranik Helvadjian, the occasionally grumpy, often charming owner, has an especially good collection of ME politics, art/design and cook books. Next to MEA at the Gefinor Center. 01-43285

7.3.        Virgin Megastore – The Hamra branch of Virgin is located on the ground floor of the Crown Plaza Hotel on Hamra Street.

 

8.  Stationery and art supplies

8.1.        Books and Pens – Convenient location and hours, to 10pm every night except Sunday.  Jeanne d’Arc Street, near Bliss.

8.2.        City Stationery  -  Small shop with comprehensive range of art paper and art supplies. Owners offer knowledgeable advice. Jeanne d’Arc St, near Sidani

8.3.        Diabco – A cavernous basement with office and art supplies.  Hamra St, after Sadat. 01-739439

8.4.        Fairco - Another cavernous basement with office and art supplies.  Mahatma Gandhi St at Sidani, up from the Bliss Gate. 01-747061

8.5.        Ghilar -  A friendly stationery store with a wide range of local and imported goods.  Hamra Street near Madina Theater.

 

9.  Household

9.1.        A&P Chemali Stores  - wide selection of small household appliances, dishes, candles, cooking pots and utensils.  Owners are charming and helpful. Souraty Street, near Abdel-Aziz. 01-346958.

9.2.        Abou Hassan Stores – Small jam-packed shop with inexpensive kitchen utensils and helpful staff. Glasses, plastic containers, and more.  Off Sadat on Adonis St, near TSC 

9.3.        Beyrouthi Freres - Lamps and lampshades.  An alternative to expensive ready made lamps.  Mr. Roger Beyrouthi can transform a pot or jug into a beautiful lamp.  01-349411. Antoine Gemayel St, near Warde Fabrics, south of Hamra.

9.4.        Domtex - A Hamra institution for towels and bed linens.  Mme Liliane Shamsi and colleagues offer moderately priced, locally made products, most are pure cotton. Corner of Abdel-Aziz and Hamra Streets.  01-345901

9.5.        Melki – Melki is a veritable Aladdin’s cave of buttons, ribbons, thread and more.  Makdissi St, just off Jeanne d’Arc. 01-343709

9.6.        Tony Naufal’s no name shop – Tony has a small shop full of all sorts of useful electrical and other household stuff, and he can get what he doesn’t have.  Exceptionally friendly. Open late.  Ibrahim Abdel-Aal Street, near Souraty.

9.7.        Sentier d’Orient – This shop sells locally made soaps with local scents. Elegantly presented, great gifts.  Gefinor Center, next to Gruen.

9.8.        Warde for curtains and upholstery.  Incredible range of mostly imported fabrics.  Their Solderie has good bargains.  Antoine Gemayel St, near Crowne Plaza Hotel.

 

 

Pharmacies

10.1.     The City Pharmacy – Well-stocked, newly renovated pharmacy on Hamra Street, conveniently open 24/7.  Facing Crowne Plaza Hotel.  01-349349

10.2.     Kutteh Pharmacy -  Alex Kutteh offers trustworthy advice and medications. Open daily 8am-7pm, except Sunday.  Corner of Jeanne d’Arc and Sidani Street. 01-342355. 01-347355.

10.3.     Wardieh Pharmacy - Wide range of products including cosmetics.  Open 24/7. Sidani/Souraty Street, Wardieh end. 01-751343, 03-179757.

 

10.    Services

 

11.1.     Beauty (facials/massage) – Dermacare.  Speak to Adele for an appointment. Excellent. Sidani Street, corner of Sadat. 01-737488

11.2.     Beauty (women’s hair salons) -  Nasri, Makhoul St 01-354883. A favorite of the AUB community. Reasonable prices.  Good with children.  Also:  Odile, is a long time French resident of Beirut, famous for good cuts. Speaks only French. Relatively expensive. Makdissi St. next to HSBC 01-345884. 

11.3.     Butagaz delivery and installation – Chehab.  Prompt service, fair prices. 01-742015. 03-882953 (not on the map)

11.4.     Electrical repairs -  Nizar Fanous has a small shop opposite Ghali Printers in West House 3, Jeanne d’Arc street. He makes house calls. 76-339303. 01-342104

11.5.     Eyeglasses -  Space Vision.  This is my favorite optics shop of the many in the neighborhood.  Good selection and prompt prescription service. Ali Ajouz. Abdel-Aziz Street, near Sidani/Souraty. 01-353126.

11.6.     Hardware.  Hassan’s no-name place.  For all sorts of hardware essentials.  He can also recommend reliable plumbers and others for household repairs. Near Oussama Greengrocer and King of Foul, Antoine Gemayel Street. Open 6:30am-5:00pm. 01-342411.

11.7.     Laundry - Saeedi Cleaners.  Manager Ahmad (Abou Tawfiq) Hamdan runs an efficient service at a very reasonable price.  Home delivery.  On side street, opposite Mayflower Hotel.

11.8.     Leather repairs/conditioning -  Said Nader For repairs to bags, belts and other leather goods, Said Nader is the best. Opposite Café Younes, Hamra Center. 01-348347 03-053496.

11.9.     Locksmith -  Samuel Mozian and his colleague Mike change locks, cut new keys. Gemayel St, off Makdissi, opposite Decoratex. 01-343955. 03-810460.

11.10.  Photocopying, scanning, printing and binding – Digital Horizons on Jeanne d’Arc is the favorite of AUB architecture and graphic design students for their good quality work and fast and reasonable service.  Well-staffed. Open early and late.

11.11.  Photocopying, scanning, printing and binding – Another favorite is ‘ind Riad for excellent, reasonably priced services.  Riad’s new location is on the lower ground floor of a residential building, dead end off Makhoul Street. 01-341079. 

11.12.  Photo processing and equipment – Photo Nubar.  Also, passport pictures stored digitally and reprinted anytime. Polite helpful service.  Nehme Jafet St. 01-353742

11.13.  Picture framing, mirrors – Moustafa Abdellatif Arakji and Sons. Ahmad Arakji runs this family business on Manara Street, a small street parallel to Bliss near the old lighthouse. Good value for basic frames and mirrors. 03-838430

11.14.  Shoe repair – Nader Shoes This shabby shop dyes leather and repairs shoes. Very good quality work. Moderately expensive. Antoine Gemayel St, between Makdissi and Hamra. 01-347285.

11.15.  Shoe shine – Abu Muhammad, a little old man sitting on the Bliss Street sidewalk opposite the Main Gate, has been shining shoes for the AUB community for decades.  He does a superb job. 

11.16.  Tailor – Hisham Stouhi does alterations and repairs at a very reasonable price.  Men’s and women’s clothes.  Colisee Building, 3rd floor, Cairo Street. 01-738534.  Speaks no English.

11.17.  Travel Agencies.  For airline tickets and travel packages, I prefer Ghazi Travel on Bliss. Both Rania and Lillian are excellent, 01-365705.  www.ghazitravel.com. I also use Tania Travel, located on Sidani St, off Jeanne d’Arc, for  reasonable day tours in Lebanon. Mary Petrakian. 01-739682. 03-686121.

11.18.  Video rental and sales - Chico. Diran Mardirian and colleagues are movie buffs and have an excellent collection of art house, Hollywood, regional and educational films. Sidani Street, near Sadat. 01-743855

11.19.  Watch repair/batteries - Jean Satjian  Mr. Satjian offers friendly prompt repair and battery replacement service. He also sells watches, clocks, and jewelry.  Next to Socrate on Mahatma Gandhi St. 01-739547.

 

12. Clothes and accessories

12.1.     Women – Kalabsha, on the 4th floor of a building kitty-corner to Costa on Hamra St, is the creation of a local designer Loulwa AbdelBaki.  Reasonable prices.

12.2.     Shoes – Ceyo- Turkish-made comfort shoes for all the family.  Moderately priced. Cairo Street, near Marignan/Babel Theatre.

12.3.     Sports clothes and equipment - Haber Sport A family business with small outlets around the neighborhood. 01-342434.  Jeanne d’Arc, near Hamra.

12.4.     Ethnic beads/jewelry/clothes - Ants  This shop, especially popular with young people, has developed a cult following for its Indian clothes and ambience. Interesting jewelry. Khalidy/Makhoul Street.

 

13 . Flowers and plants

13.1.     Jacaranda - A pretty new flower shop that specializes in unusual, artistic arrangements.  Pricey.  Corner of Rome and Maamari Streets. 01-374466

13.2.     Takkoush – A large extended-family flower business on one stretch of Jeanne d’Arc.  The corner shop is my favorite, run by a genteel old man reputed to be a former movie star.

13.3.     Violetta – Flower shop on Sidani Street, off Jeanne d’Arc.  They deliver plants, soil and pots to your home.

 

14.  Artisanat/Handicrafts

14.1.     Artisan du Liban -  Basic handicrafts and inexpensive gifts.  Clemenceau opposite the Ecole Superieure des Affaires.

14.2.     Al Badia -  Specializes in Palestinian embroidery produced by women in the Palestinian camps of Lebanon. Cushion covers, purses, shawls and more. Makdissi Street and Antoine Gemayel Streets.  Closes about 5pm.

14.3.     Hodaj - This shop sells affordable handicrafts from around the world, but notably Palestinian pottery and Syrian scarves.  Open M-Sat 9-5. On Nehme Jafet St, near Mayflower Hotel. 01-340659

14.4.     Inaash -  The most elegant and pricey of the Palestinian embroidery projects, specializing in handsome modern designs and colors on jackets and shawls.  Some articles are ready made in their shop, others must be special ordered.  www.inaash.org.  In an alley off Mansur Jurdak/Sidani St, close to the old lighthouse. 01-740609.

14.5.     Orient 499 -  This elegant and expensive shop is an aesthetic treasure. Despite first appearances, it is possible to find affordable items. Omar Daouk Street, above the old Holiday Inn. 01-369499 (off the map)

 

15. Art Galleries

15.1.     Agial Gallery -  Saleh Barakat’s gallery featuring ontemporary art, temporary   exhibitions featuring Middle Eastern artists.  Worth joining their mailing list for openings. Abdel-Aziz Street.  www.agialart.com  01-345213

15.2.     Art Circle - an intimate space featuring mostly young artists.  Antoine Gemayel Street, south of Hamra near Commodore.  03-027776

15.3.     Espace Kettaneh Kunigk - Temporary exhibitions of international and local photography and art.  Ground floor of Block E, Gefinor Center.  01-738706

15.4.     Galerie Janine Rubeiz - This gallery is in Raouche, just outside our neighborhood, but worth noting for its excellent shows and openings great for people-watching. Raouche Corniche, above Banque Audi. 01-868 290 (off the map).

15.5.     Zaman Gallery -  An older gallery featuring Middle Eastern artists.  In a small alley off Sadat Street, south of Hamra.  01-745571

15.6.     Zico House -  Occupying a beautiful old house on Spears Street near the Sanayeh public gardens.  More than an art gallery: Exhibition space, garden café and bar, events space, offices of NGOs such as Helem and Greenline. www.zicohouse.org 03-590269 (off the map).

 

16.  Theatres

16.1.   Masrah al-Madina/Madina Theatre/Metro Madina.  A Hamra institution, the first 1960s movie complex to be renovated post-War for use as exhibition space and theatre.  Several different spaces in the complex feature music, theatre and dance performances. Hamra Street, Saroulla Building, opposite the Capuchin Catholic Church.

16.2    Masrah Babel/Babel Theatre. The old Marignan movie theatre transformed into a grand performance space.  In the old Marignan Center, Cairo Street, near AUBMC.

16.3    Masrah Beirut/Beirut Theatre.  A hold-over from pre-Civil War days, this theatre is just up from the Abdel-Nasser Mosque and the Corniche in Ain Mreisseh.  It now occasionally hosts activist art and political events (off the map).

 

 

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