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Maragheh

Maragheh, also Romanized as Marāgheh ; also known as Marāgha), is an ancient city and capital of Maragheh County, East Azerbaijan Province, Iran. Maragheh is on the bank of the river Sufi Chay. The population consists mostly of Iranian Azerbaijan ...

                                               

Sabzevar

Sabzevar, previously known as Beyhagh, is a city and capital of Sabzevar County, in Razavi Khorasan Province, approximately 220 kilometres west of the provincial capital Mashhad, in northeastern Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 208.17 ...

                                               

Shahrud, Iran

Shahrood is a city and capital of Shahrood County, Semnan Province, Iran. Situated about an altitude of 1345 m, it is located at latitude 36°25N, longitude 055°01E. The main launch site of the Iranian Space Agency is near Shahrood. It is also wel ...

                                               

Akashat

Akashat is a small town in the northwest of the Ar-Rutba District of the Al Anbar province of Iraq, on the road between the towns of Ar-Rutbah and Al-Qaim. It has a population of around 5.000. It was built as an industrial village in 1985, attach ...

                                               

Al-Karmah

Al-Karmah, also sometimes transliterated as Karma, Karmah, or Garma, is a city in central Iraq, 16 km northeast of Fallujah in the province of Al Anbar.

                                               

English Village, Erbil

English Village is a British-built luxury housing compound located in western Erbil, Kurdistan Region, Iraq. The compound contains identical villas, the vast majority of which are used as offices for companies. English Village is among several mo ...

                                               

Kasnazan, Iraq

Kasnazan is a town located in west Erbil Governorate in Kurdistan Region, Iraq. It has a population of 65.900 as of 2018.

                                               

Jurf al-Nasr

Jurf al-Nasr, formerly known as Jurf al-Sakhar until late 2014 and its reconquest by the Iraqi Government forces from ISIS forces, is a small town in Iraq, located about 60 kilometers southwest of Baghdad. It is near Musayyib and approximately 80 ...

                                               

Abu Ghraib

Abu Ghraib ; Arabic: أبو غريب ‎, Abū Ghurayb) is a city in the Baghdad Governorate of Iraq, located just west of Baghdads city center, or northwest of Baghdad International Airport. It has a population of 189.000. The old road to Jordan passes th ...

                                               

Al Nasr Wal Salam

Al Nasr Wal Salam or Nasser Wa Salaam is a city in the Abu Ghraib district of Baghdad Governorate, about 30 km west Baghdad, It has 208.506 inhabitants. It is a Shiite-populated city with few Sunnis on the outskirts of Nasr City and peace in its ...

                                               

Al Zaidan

Al Zaidon is an agricultural village south of the city of Fallujah in Al Anbar Province, Iraq. During the Iraq War, it was considered a hub of insurgent activity (especially by the 1920 Revolution Brigade and the US military conducted multiple op ...

                                               

Sabaa Al Bour

Saab Al Bour or Sabaa Al Bour is a small urban city located approximately 18 miles north west of the city of Baghdad, and is located in Taji District of the Baghdad Governorate. In 2003 the population of Saab Al Bour was approximately 120.000. Cu ...

                                               

Taji, Iraq

Taji is a rural district north of the city of Baghdad, within Baghdad Governorate and Saladin Governorate. Taji District has about 400.000 inhabitants.

                                               

Yusufiyah

Yusufiyah is named after Yūsuf Joseph. It is about 20 miles 32 km south of Baghdad and approximately 21 km 13 mi east of Fallujah. It is 10 km 6.2 mi west of the large city of Mahmudiyah, and 15 km 9.3 mi northwest of the town of Latifiyah. Yusuf ...

                                               

Ad Dayr, Iraq

Ad Dayr is a town of Basrah Governorate in southern Iraq, on the west bank of the Shatt Al-Arab River. The town has one of the few bridges over the Shatt Al-Arab. raq The area is close to the Mesopotamian MarshesHammar Marshes, and has traditiona ...

                                               

Al Nashwa, Iraq

Al Nashwa is a village of Basrah Governorate on the east bank of the Shatt Al-Arab River in southern Iraq. Al Nashwa is located at 30.8221418, 47.5914122 / It is a service center for the nearby oil fields, and the United States Army had a base ne ...

                                               

Al Sharish, Iraq

Al Sharish is a village of Basrah Governorate in Iraq between the Shatt al Arab and Hammar marshes. It is located at 47.4465n, 30.986e. It has a primary and a Girls school and police station.

                                               

Ash Shabaziyah, Iraq

Ash Shabaziyah, Iraq is a village of Basrah Governorate in southern Iraq located on the west bank of the Shatt Al-Arab River between the Shatt al Arab and Hamma marshes. The town has a primary school and at least 3 mosques. The area is close to t ...

                                               

Ash Shanin

Ash Shanin is a village of Basrah Governorate in southern Iraq located on the south bank of the Euphrates River opposite the confluence with the Tigris River.

                                               

Duwa, Iraq

Duwa also known as Ad Dawār is a village of Basrah Governorate in southern Iraq. It is on the east side of the Shatt Al-Arab River and near the Iranian border. Duwa الدوار is located at Latitude 30° 57 42" N and Longitude 47° 29 37" E. The topogr ...

                                               

Madaniyah, Iraq

Madaniyah, Iraq is a small village of Basrah Governorate, on the west bank of the Shatt Al-Arab River in southern Iraq. It is adjacent to the town of Ad Dayr and is located at 30.802088, 47.574837. Ad Dayr الدير The town has one of the few bridge ...

                                               

Qaryat Nasr, Iraq

Qaryat Nasr is a town of Basrah Governorate in southern Iraq, on the west bank of the Shatt Al-Arab River. Qaryat Nasr, Iraq is located at 30.78n and 47.55e. The town has one of the few bridges over the Shatt Al-Arab. There is a Muslim shrine in ...

                                               

Shafi, Iraq

Shafi is a town of Basrah Governorate in southern Iraq, on the west bank of the Shatt Al-Arab River. Shafi is located at Geographic co-ordinates 34°1845 North and 44°1717 East. The area is close to the Mesopotamian MarshesHammar Marshes, and has ...

                                               

Shāmlī, Iraq

Shamli or Shāmlī is a town of Basrah Governorate in southern Iraq, northeast of Shahbāzīyah, northwest of Chalabīyah and south of Ad Dawār. Shāmlī has an elevation of 5 metres, and is on the east bank of the Shatt Al-Arab River at 30° 56 21" Nort ...

                                               

Dayrabun

Dayrabun is an Iraqi town located in the Zakho District of the Dohuk Governorate in Kurdistan Region of Iraq. The town lies just 7 km to the south east of the tripoint of Iraq, Syria and Turkey. Dayrabun is inhabited by Yazidis of the Haweri tribe

                                               

Faysh Khabur

Faysh Khabur is a Yazidi town on the northwestern edge of Kurdistan Region in the Zakho District of Dohuk Governorate of Iraq. It is named after the Khabur River on which the town is built, and lies on the confluence of the Tigris and Khabur rive ...

                                               

Jelek, Iraq

Jelek is a village in Dohuk Governorate in Kurdistan Region, Iraq. It is located by the Little Khabur river in the district of Amadiya and the historical region of Barwari. In the village, there is a church of Mar Shmune.

                                               

Balad Ruz

                                               

Taza Khurmatu

Taza Khurmatu or Taza is a town in Iraq located just south of Kirkuk. It is populated predominantly by Shia Turkmens. In 2009 it was the site of the 20 June 2009 Taza bombing, where more than 70 people were killed by a suicide bomber. In June 201 ...

                                               

Al-Awja

Al-Awja, also spelled Owja, Al-Auja or Al-Ouja, is a village 8 miles south of Tikrit, in Iraq on the western bank of the Tigris. It was the birthplace of the former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in 1937 and home of many of the leaders of Iraqi p ...

                                               

Dujail

Dujail is a Shia district in the Saladin Governorate. It is situated about 65 kilometers north of Iraqs capital, Baghdad, and has approximately 100.000 inhabitants. It was the site of the 1982 Dujail Massacre, in which thousands of people, includ ...

                                               

Ishaqi

Ishaqi is a small town in the Balad District of the Saladin Governorate of Iraq, about 60 miles north of Baghdad.

                                               

Al Tarmia

Al Tarmia or Tarmiyah is a town in the Saladin Governorate of Iraq. It has a population of 91.284. The area is a sparsely populated farming community. The population is made up of mostly Sunni people from various local tribes including the Dulaym ...

                                               

Dujail

                                               

Dekon

Dekon is a village in Sulaymaniyah Governorate, Iraq. The villages population consists of more than 100 families. It has the primary, secondary school, clinic, water project, an asphalt road, with a phone line that connects it to Khormal town and ...

                                               

Kalar, Iraq

Kalar is a city in Kurdistan Region located on the west bank of the Sirwan river in Sulaymaniyah Governorate. It is located east of Kifri and west of the Kermanshah, Iran towns of Qasri Shirin and Sarpol Zahab.

                                               

Mawat, Kurdistan

Mawat is a town located to the north of Sulaymaniyah and to the southeast of Lake Dukan in Kurdistan Region, Iraq. Mawat is a small town. It has been rebuilt to the south of Old Mawat Mawata Kon in Kurdish. Mawat locals tell a story of the town b ...

                                               

History of metallurgy in Mosul

During the thirteenth century, Mosul, Iraq became home to a school of luxury metalwork which rose to international renown. Artifacts classified as Mosul are some of the most intricately designed and revered pieces of the Middle Ages. The scholars ...

                                               

Battle of Najaf

                                               

Imam Ali Mosque

                                               

Towns in al-Hasakah Governorate

                                               

Villages in al-Hasakah Governorate

                                               

Populated places in al-Hasakah District

                                               

Populated places in al-Malikiyah District

                                               

Populated places in Qamishli District

                                               

Populated places in Ras al-Ayn District

                                               

Bouqras

Bouqras is a large, oval shaped, prehistoric, Neolithic Tell, about 5 hectares in size, located around 35 kilometres from Deir ez-Zor in Syria.

                                               

Tell Sheikh Hamad

Tell Sheikh Hamad, also Dur-Katlimmu, is an archeological site in eastern Syria on the lower Khabur River, a tributary of the Euphrates.

                                               

Zalabiye

The site is located near a narrow gap in the Euphrates Valley that is created by basalt outcrops and that is called al-khanuqa, or "the strangler". On the opposite river bank, some 3 kilometres 1.9 mi upstream, lies the contemporary fortress of H ...

                                               

Al-Baghuz Fawqani

Al-Baghuz Fawqani is a town in Syria, located in Abu Kamal District, Deir ez-Zor. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics, Al-Baghuz Fawqani had a population of 10.649 in the 2004 census.

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