The Iraqi Museum has unmatched effects in the world

The Iraqi Museum in Baghdad contains unrivaled antiquities in the world, the New York Times said, adding in a report by its director, Alisa Rubin, that historians and archaeologists are aware of the exceptional value of these acquisitions.


However, despite the relative security situation in Baghdad these days, the city and its museum were not visited by Iraqis, as well as foreign tourists.


After the recent visit to Baghdad, the director of the Institute for Oriental Studies at the University of Chicago, Christopher Woods, reports that the Iraqi Museum "contains things that are unparalleled anywhere else in the world, especially those relating to the history of Mesopotamia."


Woods describes what he saw in the museum as ...
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