Buildings and Structures in Baghdad: Baghdad International Airport, National Museum of Iraq, Baghdad Zoo, Plan for Greater Baghdad

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9781156410660: Buildings and Structures in Baghdad: Baghdad International Airport, National Museum of Iraq, Baghdad Zoo, Plan for Greater Baghdad

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Baghdad International Airport, National Museum of Iraq, Baghdad Zoo, Plan for Greater Baghdad, House of Wisdom, Camp Nama, Victory Arch, Palestine Hotel, Baghdad Wall, Firdos Square statue destruction, Al-Shaab Stadium, Umm al-Qura Mosque, Al Rasheed Hotel, Al-Faw Palace, The Monument to the Unknown Soldier, Al-Aaimmah bridge, Tahrir Square Development, Al-Sarafiya bridge, Al-Shaheed Monument, Baghdad Tower, Muthenna Airbase, Mustansiriya Madrasah, Baghdad Hotel, Sindbad Hotel Complex and Conference Center, Saddam Hussein Gymnasium, Ishtar Sheraton Hotel, Abu Hanifa Mosque, Baghdad Medical City, Radwaniyah Palace, List of mosques in Baghdad, Baghdad Eye, Babel Hotel, Assassins' Gate, Al-Fanar Hotel, Khan Murjan, Tigris Secondary School for Girls, Mansour Hotel, Al Quwa Al Jawiya Stadium, Al-Zawraa Stadium, Al-Adudi Hospital, Baghdad Central Station, Baghdad Clock, Rasheed Airbase. Excerpt: Baghdad International Airport, originally Saddam International Airport, (IATA: BGW, ICAO: ORBI) (Arabic: ‎), BIAP is Iraq's largest airport, located in a suburb about 16 km (10 miles) west of downtown Baghdad in the Baghdad Governorate. It is the home base for Iraq's national airline, Iraqi Airways. The entrance when the airport was called Saddam International AirportSaddam International Airport was constructed with the assistance of French firms between 1979 and 1982 at a cost of over US$900 million. Then-Iraqi President Saddam Hussein authorized the airport's construction and had it named after himself. As a result the airport's three-letter IATA code became SDA. Designed to accommodate both civil and military operations, Baghdad International can handle up to 7.5 million passengers per year in aircraft of all sizes. The passenger terminal consists of three gate areas. These were originally named after the cities of the ancient ...

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