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Msida is located in the very centre of the conurbation on the east coast. Bordering cities and towns are Gzira, Ta Xbiex, Sliema, San Gwann, Birkirkara and Pieta. The University of Malta (UoM) is in Msida.

Msida is not a tourist destination, but a district where the Maltese live alongside the university students. Opposite the university is the new, state-of-the-art hospital, Mater Dei. The main road (highway) of the east coast runs straight through the centre of Msida and offers good connections southwards and northwards. Often during rush hour in the morning and evening, lengthy traffic jams occur, during which everyone fights to be the first one out. Similar traffic jams build up after even the smallest rainfall. The high temperatures heat up the street so much that the moving cars compress the surface. After this, even the slightest amount of rain will make the street very slippery for cars. Therefore, it is wise to do as the Maltese do during rain - drive slowly.

S. Wagner

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