Liberty Monument, by artist Jawad Selim and architect Rifat Chadirji, Baghdad, early 1960s

Liberty Monument, by artist Jawad Selim and architect Rifat Chadirji, Baghdad, early 1960s

This domed government building in Baghdad, formerly a part of Saddam Hussein's regime, was hit by a 5,000 lb (2,300 kg). bomb.[1] Apart from the hole made by the entry of the bomb, it remained structurally sound.

This domed government building in Baghdad, formerly a part of Saddam Hussein's regime, was hit by a 5,000 lb (2,300 kg). bomb.[1] Apart from the hole made by the entry of the bomb, it remained structurally sound.

Credit: Steve McCurry /National Geographic Iraq, 1984 Baghdad’s al-Shaheed Monument, with its eternal flame, commemora...

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Credit: Steve McCurry /National Geographic Iraq, 1984 Baghdad’s al-Shaheed Monument, with its eternal flame, commemora...

Stronger cash coin Iraq has ever known throughout its history that the Iraqi dinar , issued in 1973 , which was equivalent to 3,377 against the US dollar and was called then (b Baldanarasuezra )

Stronger cash coin Iraq has ever known throughout its history that the Iraqi dinar , issued in 1973 , which was equivalent to 3,377 against the US dollar and was called then (b Baldanarasuezra )

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