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    Baghdad’s Traffic Solutions

    In the past two decades, Baghdad has experienced significant population growth, resulting in persistent traffic congestion. The city’s road infrastructure, initially designed for a smaller population, has more recently struggled to accommodate the surge in vehicles, leading to prolonged commute times. Another contributing factor to the traffic, has been the…

    Tigris Transit: Navigating Traffic-Free with River Taxis

    Baghdad – (iina) In response to the traffic congestions in Baghdad, the Iraqi Ministry of Transport introduced a transportation solution: the river taxi system. This initiative offers citizens an efficient and affordable means of travel along the Tigris River, marking a significant advancement in the city’s transportation sector, long obstructed…

    Saham Al-Mutawalli Street in Al-Adhamiya Attracts Visitors

    Saham Al-Mutawalli Street, situated in Baghdad’s Al-Adhamiya district, is well-known for its array of shops offering women’s accessories. It extends from the intersection of Al-Sabah Street to Ras Al-Hawash, leading to the primary street of Al-Adhamiya. In its prime during the 1970s, the street saw a surge in the opening…

    Iraq’s Natural History Museum in Baghdad

    The Iraq Natural History Museum is located in Baghdad and was established in 1946. It contains the oldest scientific publications. The museum exhibits many different types of organisms such as animals, insects, and plants to represent the wildlife of Iraq. Also, there are pre-historic items such as dinosaur skeletons, homo…

    Easter Mass at St. George’s Episcopal Anglican Church in Baghdad

    On Sunday 31st March, Iraqi Catholics and Protestants celebrated Easter Sunday, commemorating the resurrection (rising from the dead) of Jesus Christ. This was led up to by what Catholics/Protestants refer to as the ‘Holy Week’. It represents Jesus’ last days as well as his crucifixion, and these days are honoured…

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