渭南松赞干布The ruins of Babylon are located on the right bank of the Euphrates River 90 kilometers south of Baghdad, the capital of Iraq. It was built in 2300 BC. It was once the Kingdom of Babylon (2000 BC to 1000 BC) and the Kingdom of New Babylon (7th century BC to 6th century BC) the capital. During the period of the New Babylonian Kingdom, Nebuchadnezzar II carried out a large-scale reconstruction of the ancient city, covering an area of more than 10,000 hectares. The most famous building is the 91-meter-high 7-story Tower of Babel and the Mark Duke Temple above. , And the Hanging Garden known as one of the Seven Wonders of the World in the Hellenistic era. The remains of these buildings have long since disappeared, and there are few monuments left. Only some foundations remain in the ruins. Some low walls, lion reliefs and gates have been restored on these foundations.
渭南松赞干布The ancient city of Samarra is located on the Tigris River 125 kilometers north of Baghdad. It was built in 850 AD. The Samarra Grand Mosque and the Spiral Sky Tower are preserved in the ruins. The tower is called the Malvia Tower, which is the worship service of the mosque. The tower, 52 meters high, has a unique shape, blending the architectural style of the Assyrian temple tower. There is no protection measure beside the spiral ramp to the top of the tower. Above the attic on the top of the tower is a circular plane with a diameter of about 5-6 meters. You can go up through a small staircase. It can accommodate a few people standing on it, but there are no railings around. People stand near the center of the circle.