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Hatra

archaeological site

82km

35.566742.7333

Kirkuk

city in Iraqi Kurdistan

153km

35.466744.3167

Baghdad

capital city of Iraq

309km

33.3031344.3785
Sights

Great Mosque of al-Nuri (Mosul)

Tradition holds that Nur ad-Din Zangi, a Turkoman atabeg of the Great Seljuk Empire and sultan of its Syrian province, built the mosque in 1172–1173, shortly before his death. It was destroyed during the last days of the Battle of Mosul in 2017. Reconstruction is expected to happen over the coming years.

460m

36.3430555643.12666667

Mosul Museum

Used to contain many interesting finds from the ancient sites of the old Assyrian capital cities Nineveh and Nimrud. Most of the collection was spared destruction but as of 2018 it is unclear if the museum will reopen.

1.1km

36.337943.1394

Nineveh

ancient Assyrian city, capital of the Neo-Assyrian Empire

3.1km

36.3594444443.15277778

Monastery of Saint Elijah

abandoned Christian monastery in Iraq

4.3km

36.292543.13111111

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Mosul

Iraq
Mosul is a city in Iraq's Northwestern region, and is the country's second largest city by population. Its religious makeup is one of the most diverse in the country.

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Climate

Average temperatures

Jan

12.4°C2.2
Precipitation: 62.1 mm

Feb

14.8°C3.4
Precipitation: 62.7 mm

Mar

19.3°C6.8
Precipitation: 63.2 mm

Apr

25.2°C11.2
Precipitation: 44.1 mm

May

32.7°C16.2
Precipitation: 15.2 mm

Jun

39.2°C21.3
Precipitation: 1.1 mm

Jul

42.9°C25
Precipitation: 0.2 mm

Aug

42.6°C24.2
Precipitation: 0 mm

Sep

38.2°C19.1
Precipitation: 0.3 mm

Oct

30.6°C13.5
Precipitation: 11.8 mm

Nov

21.1°C7.2
Precipitation: 45 mm

Dec

14.1°C3.8
Precipitation: 57.9 mm
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