Sulaymaniyah receives tourists with offers of magic games

12/8/2019 13:49:00

The great magician Ali Syasy from Krmanshan in eastern Kurdistan, guest of the games park  "Park Azadi" in the city of Sulaymaniyah.


"At the outset I congratulate the Iraqi people and the Kurdish people and all visitors and tourists from the far south and north, and we open them the city of Sulaymaniyah games from early morning to midnight at reasonable prices and provide food and beverages and all services to visitors of all kinds, and we are keen on To enjoy the atmosphere of beautiful gardens and offer them free shows of magic games and other artistic activities." said Sirwan Salih manager of the park. 


"I came with the family to have a good time here in the city of Sulaymaniyah because of its beautiful atmosphere and stunning scenery," said one tourist from Anbar."






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