Iraq is a rich Culture history mix of races and religions that extends for centuries and has been often referred to as the Cradle of Civilization its also referred to as New Babylon or even the Gate of Gods.
It is indeed the original trading hub of the Islamic Empire and the birthplace of cosmopolitanism, where cultures collided peacefully and created one of the first learning centers for the rest of the world in a form of Mesopotamian arts, science, and literature.
Today over a short walk you can experience here The Tales of the “One thousand and one nights” with Shahrazad statue sitting on the riverside of Tigris and watching the old streets and markets, pass by worship places from the shrine of Imam Musa al-Kadhim, Abu Hanafieh al-Numan to the Church of the Virgin Mary and all the way into busy streets of a bustling modern metropolis. in this article, we will cover the most interesting places that you have to see when visiting Iraq.
The capital of the Islamic empire was built by the Kalifa Abu Jafaar Almansour in the 8th century, nowadays it is the capital of Iraq, below are the most things to do in Baghdad :
It was built in 1958 during the Proclamation of the Republic of Iraq after it was under the monarchy.
the monument represents the symbol of the revolutions against injustice and tyranny during the previous years and nowadays it is still a gathering place for demonstrations the recent one at the beginning of 2019 led to the replacement of the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi .. Read More
one of the main museums in Baghdad contains precious relics from the Mesopotamian, Persian, and Islamic civilizations.