Iraq is the administrative city of Dahuk, the administrative center of a single province. Most of the citizens are Assyrians and Kurds. The name of the city is translated as "Small Village. It is known as the university, which opened its doors in 1992. Today, Dahuk is the fourth largest city in Iraqi Kurdistan. The … Read more



The eastern part of Iraqi Kurdistan is dominated by Sulayman, the administrative center of a single governorate. In the period from 1784 to 1850, it was part of the principality of Baban and had capital status. At that time, the settlement had reached its peak. It became part of the Free State of Kyrgyzstan (now … Read more



On the border between the Little and Big Rivers lies the city of Erbil, the capital center of Iraqi Kurdistan. It is bordered by northern and western elevations. Arbil is one of the oldest cities on the planet that has existed and been inhabited for a long time. For a long time different occupants, among … Read more



The northern part of Iraq is 250 kilometers from the capital city of Baghdad. It is part of the same province. The area that occupies the present city and its surroundings lies between the mountains of the Horn of Africa, the River Dab and the River Tigers, the Hamryn Mountains and the Syrrhin River. In … Read more



Baghdadad โ€“ the capital of Iraq and one of the oldest cities in the world. It is full of monuments of history and archaeology, like an oriental beauty โ€“ treasures. And its narrow streets have carried the memory of the citys former greatness since the Middle Ages. The real treasures of the historic center of … Read more



Basrah โ€“ the center of the one and only Mahurah in Iraq, the second largest city and the main port of the country. It is located on the right bank of the South Arabian River. Northwest of Basra is Lake El-Hammar. The Arabic word for the city is Bassora, which means white stone. It is … Read more



On the northern bank of the River Tigris in northern Iraq lies the city of Mosul, 396 kilometers away from the countrys most famous city, Baghdad. Mosul is one of the largest megapolises. Its ethnic composition is made up of Kurds, Arabs, Jews, Armenians, and Turkmens. There are citizens of several religions, including Christians, Christians, … Read more