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The Avenues Mall
Middle East
The Avenues Mall is the largest shopping mall in Kuwait.[1] The mall is located in the Rai area extending from Fifth Ring Road from the south and Al Ghazali Highway from the east. It was first opened in April 2007, under the patronage of the Amir of Kuwait Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmed Al Sabah.[1] It is named the winner of the ICSC Gold Award for “Best Shopping Center 2013” under the Expansion and Design Category in the Middle East & North Africa.[2] It features more than 800 store and parking space that fits 1000 cars.[3]
Copyright: Riyas Moodady
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Resolution: 17412x8706
Taken: 22/01/2016
Uploaded: 22/01/2016
Updated: 26/01/2016
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