The city rises about 10 metres above the seasonal river Oued Aggaï and with good reason. Every spring it flows wild, and because the city is erected this high the city dwellers can watch it from a safe angle.
The bridges and the walls around the river is the result of cooperation and hard work. Big green trees lean over the river, and kids have a great time exploring the area. Unfortunately, there is a lot of garbage here and it just gets worse through the fall and winter time.