Built over an area of 723 thousand square meters, it provides a natural rural environment for creative directors to make use of in their productions.
Village (A) offers a railroad station with different forms of train locomotives, complete with signals and wooden platforms. Added to this, there is a canal, a bridge, a mandara, where villagers usually receive their guests and different types of simple dwellings.
Village (B) offers a qahwa (local coffe-shop) , village houses, at the centre of which stands that of the ummda (village mayor). There is also a pigeon house, a mosque alongside with houses of the rich villagers and a cemetery.
The Zefta area has a number of houses, a police station, a ginning mill, a post office and some shops.
In addition to the above, the rural area has patches of land planted with different crops, where cows and other domestic animals graze.