Mosul
43°08′E / 36.34°N 43.13°E / 36.34; 43.13Mosul (/moʊˈsuːl/; Arabic: الموصل‎ al-Mawṣil; Kurdish: مووسڵ Mûsil; North Mesopotamian Arabic: el-Mōṣul; Ottoman Turkish...
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Isis fighters destroy ancient artefacts at Mosul museum
Footage shows Islamic State militants in Iraq smashing statues with sledgehammers in bid to crush what they call non-Islamic ideas
Mosques and shrines of Mosul
This article concerns the mosques and shrines of Mosul, Iraq.
This is the first ever mosque in the county, built in 640 AD by Utba bin Farqad Al-Salami after he captured Mosul during the reign of...
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Churches and monasteries of Mosul
Mosul has the highest proportion of Christians of all the Iraqi cities and contains several old churches, some of which originally date back to the early centuries of Christianity. Its ancient churche...
Maslawi
43°08′E / 36.34°N 43.13°E / 36.34; 43.13Mosul (/moʊˈsuːl/; Arabic: الموصل‎ al-Mawṣil; Kurdish: مووسڵ Mûsil; North Mesopotamian Arabic: el-Mōṣul; Ottoman Turkish...
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History of Mosul
Mosul (/moʊˈsuːl/; Arabic: الموصل‎ al-Mawṣil; Kurdish: مووسڵ‎ Mûsil; North Mesopotamian Arabic: el-Mōṣul; Syriac: ܢܝܢܘܐ Nînwe,Turkish: Musul), is a city of over a million peo...
Hormuzd Rassam
Hormuzd Rassam (1826 – 16 September 1910) (Syriac: ܗܪܡܙܕ ܪܣܐܡ), was a native Assyrian and Christian Assyriologist who made a number of important discoveries from 1877 to 1882, inclu...
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Ali ibn abi bakr al-Harawi
Ali ibn Abi Bakr al-Harawi (d. 1215) — also known as Abu al-Hasan and Ali of Herat — was a 12th and 13th century Persian traveller originally from Herat, Afghanistan.
Born in Mosul, al-Harawi tra...