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|After a hard day of oppressing people Saddam could relax in his official home. Do not miss this on your tour in Baghdad.|
This completes my guide to downtown Baghdad (well if my files are in the sam order as I uploaded them )
|About 1.6 miles from the Baghdad Muthenna airport a park-like airplane display.
See also the Unknown Soldier Monument nearby.||08/26/2005||560|
|The "Unknown Soldier Monument" in Baghdad.
See also the nearby Aircraft Display||08/25/2005||692|
|A nice detail map of Downtown Baghdad.||07/29/2006||995|
|A huge tower with a restarant in it that turns so you can have a look at the whole (bombed out) Baghdad.|
So if you are hungry do not miss this spot. Have fun with my guide to Downtown Bagdad.
|This map shows the army movements during their attack on Baghdad.||09/14/2005||833|
|Ahh, the Palace from which Saddam Hussein ruled Iraq.|
Dont miss it when you visit Baghdad the next time!
|The infamous giant swords mounment in Baghdad.||07/21/2005||2,049|
|Shows a view of a burning vehicle on a highway in Baghdad.||05/01/2006||3,172|
|Baghdad International Airport (IATA: SDA, ICAO: ORBI) (Arabic: مطار بغداد الدولي; formerly Saddam International Airport) is Iraq's largest airport, located in a suburb about 16 km (10 miles) west of Baghdad.|
Before the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the airport was named Saddam International Airport...
|Abd Al-Kadir Al-Gailani Mosque, Baghdad, Iraq
Although built some 700 hundred years ago by Abu Said Al-Mubarak Bin Ali Al-Mukharrami, this school is famous for being the living and teaching place of his pupil, Sheikh Abd Al-Kadir Al-Gailani. The Sufi Sheikh was later burried at this site in 1165. The Ottoman Sultan, Sulaiman the Magnificent, laid the foundation plans for much of ...