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|The "Unknown Soldier Monument" in Baghdad.
See also the nearby Aircraft Display||08/25/2005||617|
|Iraqi SU-7 at Nellis AFB, Static display||01/27/2007||1,443|
|An Iraqi Air Force Light Observation Aircraft that was shot down by U.S. Forces when the Iraqi Royal Air Force Base in Al Kut, Iraq was taken over. |
|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...
|A Vietnam War-era US Air Force F-4 Phantom display located at the entry to the now-shuttered 440th Air Lift Wing of the United States Air Force Reserve. This aircraft is painted in the same colors of the Phantom flown by USAF Captain Lance P. Sijan, the first Medal of Honor recipient who was also a graduate of the US Air Force Academy, and a native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. ||02/15/2008||609|
|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 )
|A nice detail map of Downtown Baghdad.||07/29/2006||919|
|Here is an overlay. Baghdad during the war 23. march 2003||08/15/2005||3,212|
|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.||09/13/2005||761|
|IRQ News, 10 December 1997, Web posted at: 04:46 GST, Dubai time (00:46 GMT)|
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) Saddam Hussein has approved the design for what he calls the world's largest mosque, a domed hall capable of holding 30,000 worshipers alongside a huge artificial lake shaped like a map of the Arab world.
Iraqi newspapers carried a picture today of the Iraqi leader and h...
|Ahh, the Palace from which Saddam Hussein ruled Iraq.|
Dont miss it when you visit Baghdad the next time!