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Iraqi Museum
المتحف العراقي

13 Reviews
Open Open from 8:00am-6:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 hours
Address: Allawi, Baghdad, Iraq

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The Iraqi National Museum was founded by the British tourist and writer Gertrude Bell, and opened the main entrance of the Iraqi National Museum in 1926 Begin operation. Its original name was Baghdad Archaeological Museum. In 1966, it moved to the Arava area. After the expansion in 1983, it was divided into 7 parts and 28 exhibition halls. The National Museum of Iraq is listed by UNESCO as one of the 11 largest museums in the world. It has a collection of approximately 250,000 precious historical relics, covering all historical periods in Iraq from the Stone Age dating back 100,000 years to the mid-19th century. There are more than 70,000 rare and rare books in various languages and about 6,000 isolated manuscripts in the library. In terms of popularity and collections, especially in the collection of archaeological excavations in early human civilization, only the Egyptian National Museum in Cairo in the Middle East can compare with it.

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