Very nice pictures! but they almost made me cry not because of nostalgia but because looking deep into these pictures made me raise this question: "where are those people now?" and the answer was: "mostly underground".
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I wonder if I will ever get the chance to see our motherland. Beautiful pictures!
Very beautiful photo indeed. I am always interested in Photos showing the old railway system of Iraq. Any hint? http://fuchs-online.com/iraqrainer "at" fuchs-online.com
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Thank you for the beautiful pictures that bring tears to my eyes. When I was a child I used to think of Baghdad as a city of mosques and palaces, like in the Arabian Nights. Now I think of it as a place of danger and ugliness, of bombings and of unhappy people. I so wish it could be again what it was a hundred years ago.
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