You might imagine smokey battlefields, cruise missiles, and charging tanks when you think of Iraq. Years of warfare have engulfed this country, and while political unrest persists, there is much more to see here than simply the wounds of battle. Natural wonders abound in this area, such as the twisting canals of the enormous Tigris and Euphrates rivers. It is frequently referred to as the Cradle of Civilization, a reference to its ancient Mesopotamian towns, which are renowned for their contributions to science, writing, literature, medicine, theology, and law.
This is also the old home of Babylonia, which was Alexander the Great's stomping ground. Along the borders, mysterious settlements like Ur combine with Ottoman remnants and famous mosques, while beautiful canyons carve out enormous crescents in the rich plains of Iraqi Kurdistan.
Let's have a look at some of the top spots to visit in Iraq: