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Amid the failure of officials .. Government neglect threatens the cultural heritage in Kirkuk collap

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Amid the failure of officials .. Government neglect threatens the cultural heritage in Kirkuk collap

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 3:41 am

Amid the failure of officials .. Government neglect threatens the cultural heritage in Kirkuk collapse
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Successive Iraqi governments have neglected archaeological and heritage sites in Iraq, and many of these sites have become extinct.
 
In this context, the historical citadel of Kirkuk suffers from obvious neglect by the government, as well as the excesses of the population, who are largely ignorant of their historical importance. 

According to press reports, Essam Sabah, 30, said that the citadel of Kirkuk is an important archaeological site, but despite its historical depth, it has received no government support or interest.

 
He added that the families of the Kirkuk and some tourists, visiting the castle to reflect on its history and wandering in the rest of this grand edifice. 

Mohammed Abdel Samad, 36, said the government did not care about the Kirkuk citadel, despite its ancient history and history, and we did not see a single government official highlight it. 

It is reported that the historical citadel of Kirkuk, located in the center of the city of Kirkuk in the center of northern Iraq, more than 400 meters above sea level, and its roots back to the eighth century BC, where the Assyrian king Nasser Bal, built in the Assyrian era, Which protects Kirkuk and its neighboring towns, from invading enemies, according to Assyrian texts found on its high walls.

It has been reported that the fortress includes two gates in the east, and two in the west, but one high gate has remained up to this day, with several defensive towers and other surveillance, and contains a large number of houses and a palace of the king, and markets and 4 houses of worship.





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