Saha Sa'd-Allah al-Jabiri
Aleppo, Syria
Sa'd-Allah al-Jabiri Square is one of the main public plazas of Aleppo. It is located just south of Hadiqa al-'Amma (Aleppo Public Park). Built in 1947, the square symbolically joins the old city in the east with the newer city in the west.

The square was heavily damaged in the Syrian Civil War.

Source:

"Redefined Borders: Saadallah al-Jabiri Square." http://c4sr.columbia.edu/conflict-urbanism-aleppo/seminar/Case-Studies/Creation-of-Borders-in-Wartime-Aleppo/Creation-of-Borders-in-Wartime-Aleppo-Cox.html (Accessed 27 August 2019).
Location
Aleppo, Syria
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Associated Names
Events
1947
2012
Variant Names
ساحة سعدالله الجابري
Original
Saha Sa'd-Allah al-Jabiri
Transliterated
Sa’d-Allah al-Jabiri Square
Translated
Saadallah al-Jabri Square
Translated
Sahat Sa'd-Allah al-Jabiri
Alternate transliteration
Building Usages
park
landscape