Palestine International Hotel

Address: St 47, Mahallat 102 , Baghdad, Iraq | Hotel
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This hotel is located on St 47, Mahallat 102 , Baghdad.
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    A travel blog entry by yasemintaban on Jan 03, 2014

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    ... trade route as well as taxing them. Baghdad is located near the Tigris River, as well as Mesopotamia. Since it is located near water Baghdad has a system of canals that provided water for cultivation as well as ramparts for the people . Making the water system good for the people as well as the economy. When I talked to one of the natives to the area he said that ...

    The Second Leg of My Journey

    A travel blog entry by sidwell on May 23, 2013

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    ... time of the day. My goods consisted of those i came across in Damascus, which included gold pieces, spices and iron. As i began to make my way through the different stalls and areas of trade i saw a variety of materials ranging from dates to lapis lazuli. The Lapis Lazuli caught my attention and i immediately thought that it would be a perfect gift for my many wives once i returned from my journey. I traded a sharpened ...

    Rebuilding Baghdad

    A travel blog entry by on Jan 25, 2013

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... Al Burhan camp is its illustrious name. The camp is located within the precincts of the Baghdad International Airport, surrounded by towering concrete plinths, razor wire, iron gates and armed guards and is very likely to keep any badly intentioned blokes at bay. It's just as likely, thankfully, that the bad guys have little interest in us. So we are pretty secure. Still, we hear unaccountable explosions from time to time. But hearing them, as we do, from ...


    A travel blog entry by jenn_le on Aug 18, 1970

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    August 18th, 1416: I traveled to Baghdad with my camels and caravan. The city was not as splendid as previous ones I had visited. Much of it was in ruins from the Mongols' invasion years earlier, I had heard. Despite the rubble, as I walked around the city, I noticed that the buildings and structures were well planned and laid out. I could imagine the city's splendor before the invasion. Although the city was in ruins and crumbled down, ...

    Dusty Barren Land

    A travel blog entry by kevinvannattan on May 10, 1970

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    Baghdad was not worth the wait. Over a month to reach it and all I find is a dusty city. Its large and 360 degrees around, forming a perfect circle in the fertile crescent of the Middle East. This city was the first we had come across where the majority of people were Muslim, and not the local religions ...

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