Satellite map of Karrada
- In Iraq
Karrada (Arabic: كرّادة) is a upper middle class district of the city of Baghdad, Iraq. It has a mixed population with a Shia majority and a significant Christian minority. It is considered to be one of the most diverse areas of the city, and is one of the two major districts of the christian community in Baghdad, along with Dora. It has a slew of churches with congregations of Chaldeans, Melkite Greeks, and Armenian Catholics. It has two sub-districts, being Nazaith and Masbah. Karrada is on the northern part of the peninsula, which was created by a turn in the Tigris river, and due to that the district ended up boasting lots of waterfront property, which in turn helped the area become the way it is today.
Latitude: 33° 17' 60.00" N
Longitude: 44° 25' 59.99" E
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