Mosul Museum 30

Mosul Museum

‏Mosul Museum is founded in 1951; the museum is mainly containing archeological pieces of pre-history of Mosul’s area, as well as Assyrian, Hatra and Islamic civilization periods. On 25 February 2015 ISIS showed a...

Amediya City: 21

Amediya City:

Located on the historic silk road, it had three gates: Zibar, Basha, Mosul. The city had a number of archeological pieces dated back to Assyrian and Islamic periods as there are inscription of Arabic...

Khinis/ Khanosa 27

Khinis/ Khanosa

Relief is an outdoor location lies 16 km northeast of Shekan, in the Khinis Valley east of the Gomel River. This ancient site was built the Assyrian King Sennacherib (700 B.C.), who named it...

Dohuk Museum: 23

Dohuk Museum:

containing a wide range of archeological pieces of around (1000 pieces) with in the period between stone ages and Islamic age. Español: Museo de la Civilización de Duhok: incluye colecciones de antigüedades que datan...

The marshes of Chaibayish: 2

The marshes of Chaibayish:

Chaibayish is a district in Dhi Qar governorate, located east of Nasiriyah, northwest of Basra governorate. Chaibayish center is located on the Hammar Marshes near the Euphrates River. Al-Chaibayish plural the word Chibayish, which...

Nasiriyah Civilization Museum: 237

Nasiriyah Civilization Museum:

Is established in 1969 by the Portuguese company Gulbenkian on the banks of the Euphrates River towards Shamiya city. The museum building included 14 halls in which artifacts were displayed, evenly distributed over two...

The archaeological city of Ur: 1

The archaeological city of Ur:

Ur is a Sumerian city located in southern Mesopotamia in the province of Dhi Qar. Today, the ruins of Ur represent a prominent archaeological site in Sumer from the architectural construction represented by the...

How far do you know about Mayan civilization? 0

How far do you know about Mayan civilization?

Far away in Central America, specifically in Mexico, there was an ancient civilization whose traces are still seen until this day, 2000 BC, it’s called the “Mayan” civilization, whose people spoke different dialects of...