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Marsh Arab Village - Iraq’s ‘Garden of Eden'; unique wetlands in southern Iraq where a people known as the Ma’dan, or ‘Arabs of the marsh’, lived in a Mesopotamian Venice, characterised by beautifully elaborate floating houses made entirely of reeds harvested from the open water.

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Brandenburg Gate. A place that bore witness to the Iron of Imperial Germany, the Horror of the Third Reich, the fear of the Cold War, and the hope and promise of the Reunified Germany.

Baghdad, Iraq--the center of the intellectual world during what the West calls the "Dark Ages"