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D 73 road (United Arab Emirates)

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D 73 road (United Arab Emirates)

D 73
د ٧٣
Zabeel Road (left merging) with Al Qutaeyat Road near Zabeel
Route information
Length: 8.2 km (5.1 mi)
Major junctions
 

D 94 (Jumeirah Road)
D 92 (Al Wasl Road) D 90 (Satwa Road)
E 11 (Sheikh Zayed Road)
D 75 (Al Qutaeyat Road)

E 66 (Oud Metha Road)
Location
Major cities: Dubai
Highway system

Highways in the United Arab Emirates

Roads in Dubai

D 73 (Arabic: د ٧٣‎), also known as Al Dhiyafa Road or 2nd Zabeel Road is a road in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The road originates in Jumeirah, running south-eastward perpendicular to D 94 (Jumeirah Road). D 73 borders the localities of Al Jafilia and Satwa. The road's intersection with E 11 (Sheikh Zayed Road) near Zabeel forms the Trade Centre Roundabout.

Important landmarks along the D 73 route include Union House, Jumeirah Rotana Hotel, Rydges Plaza, The Monarch Dubai, Etisalat Tower 2 and the Dubai World Trade Centre.

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