Completing covering al-'Alqami Street with asphalt.

In continuation of the series of rehabilitation works taking place in the streets leading to the shrine of Aba Al-Fadl Al-Abbas (peace be upon him), asphalt works were completed on the Al-Alqami Street, which is considered one of the important streets leading to the shrine. The works were carried out by the Municipality of Karbala in coordination and cooperation with the two divisions of the area between the two holy shrines and the engineering maintenance in the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine.
This is what was indicated to the al-Kafeel Network, by the head of the department of the area between the two Holy Shrines, Sayed. Nafie Al-Mousawi, who added: “Al-Alqami Street is one of the streets that suffered from cracks because it has not been covered for a long time, and this affected the movement of visitors passing by it as it is one of the main entrances leading to the shrine of Aba Al-Fadl Al-Abbas (peace be upon him). Therefore the staff of the two mentioned departments undertook the asphalt works that we started a while ago, and which were carried out from its principal beginning to the al-Hawra' checkpoint and the street surrounding the holy shrine of Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him), and that all work is carried out in a manner that preserves the general shape of the street without any change in its general form. "
As for the engineer Alaa Hamza Salman, the official of the General Maintenance Division in the Department of the area between the Two Holy Shrines, he explained: "The length of the street was more than (200 meters) with a width of (5 meters), plus the area of ​​the sub-streets at its end, which leads to the al-Hawra' checkpoint towards the Baghdad gate to the right, leading to the Qibla gate of the holy shrine to the left.
The staffs of the aforementioned departments undertook all preliminary work, including removing the concrete rubble that were on the side of one of its parts, removing electric wires that impede the movement of the asphalt trucks, in addition to removing the booths, inspection departments and common security control barriers that are located at the end of the street, to facilitate the movement of the vehicles. "
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