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Arusha

fax hours price content A community-based tour company offering cultural tours, safaris and Mt. Kilimanjaro treks. Different options for different budgets. Portion of profits donated to community development and education projects. Staff that are definitely interested in providing a wonderful experience for their clients. *


Iraq

of Iraq was looted during the 2003 invasion, but efforts are underway to restore it. The live theatre scene received a boost during the 1990s when UN sanctions limited the import of foreign films. As many as 30 movie theatres were reported to have been converted to live stages, producing a wide range of comedies and dramatic productions. Institutions offering cultural education in Baghdad include the Academy of Music, Institute of Fine Arts and the Music and Ballet school Baghdad. Baghdad also features a number of museums including the National Museum of Iraq – which houses the world's largest and finest collection of artifacts and relics of Ancient Iraqi civilizations; some of which were stolen (Archaeological looting in Iraq) during the Occupation of Iraq (History of Iraq (2003–2011)). The capital, Ninus or Nineveh, was taken by the Medes under Cyaxares, and some 200 years after Xenophon passed over its site, then mere mounds of earth. It remained buried until 1845, when Botta and Layard discovered the ruins of the Assyrian cities. The principal remains are those of Khorsabad, Commons:Category:Iraq WikiPedia:Iraq Dmoz:Regional Middle East Iraq


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