The Erbil Citadel, locally called Qalat Erbil (Kurdish: قەڵای ھەولێر Qelay Hewlêr; Arabic: قلعة أربيل ) Assyrian (arbailo)is a tell or occupied mound, and the historical city centre of Erbil in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. The citadel has been inscribed on the World Heritage List since 21 June 2014.
Erbil Stone is organized between 20 Apr and 23 Apr 2016. The location of the Trade Show will be Erbil International Fair Ground which is one of the fabulous venue for such an essential event. Erbil Stone will likely to be a stand where plenty of useful goods are exhibited. Most of these tend to be about Ceramics, Natural Stone, Sanitary, Sanitary Technologies and Tile.
The Mudhafaria Minaret is a minaret located in new the Minare Park on the west region of Arbil, Iraqi Kurdistan. The minaret is 36 m (118 ft) high, was built in 1190–1232 AD (586–630 AH) by the Kurdish prince of Erbil,  in the reign of Saladin, Muzaffar Al-Din Abu Sa’eed Al-Kawkaboori who had entered in the obedience of Saladin without war and married his sister.
Built on the site of Saddam Hussein's former military base and detention camp, Sami Abdulrahman Park draws scores of locals for relaxation and recreation. Favored by families and wedding parties, the park boasts rolling green lawns, lakes with fountains, rose gardens, children's playgrounds, and a small amphitheater.
Other exhibits include artifacts from all over the country, such as traditional clothes from different regions, artwork, letters and important documents, and personal items such as jewelry. To visit Syriac Heritage Museum on your trip to Erbil, use our Erbil trip maker app.
The vast majority of Kurdish Jews were forced out of Iraqi Kurdistan and evacuated to Israel in the early 1950s, together with the Iraqi Jewish community. The vast majority of the Kurdish Jews of Iranian Kurdistan relocated mostly to Israel as well, in the 1950s.