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Why Visit Iraq?

Iraq, located in Western Asia, is a nation with a rich historical heritage. Covering approximately 438,317 square kilometers, it encompasses a variety of terrains, from the fertile plains along the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers to the rugged mountains in the north and the vast desert expanses of the south.

Iraq’s history is deeply intertwined with ancient civilizations, including Mesopotamia, often referred to as the “cradle of civilization.” The nation is renowned for archaeological wonders such as the ancient city of Babylon and the ziggurat of Ur. Despite its historical significance, Iraq has faced numerous challenges, including political instability and conflict.