Category Archives: Historic Preservation

Sartika Castle

Post by Hemn. This castle belongs to the 19th century, about 1813-1836 AD. It was built by the king mhamad also called “big king”, the king of the Soran kingdom. The castle is located about 3 km south-west of the … Continue reading

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Choli Minaret

Post by Diman Choli Minaret (22 m high) is considered one of the most prestigious landmarks of Erbil city. It was erected one kilometer southwest of Erbil’s citadel.  Built in 1128-1138 A.D. during the rule of Sultan Mudhaffar Al-Din, it … Continue reading

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Training to use dataloggers (Hobo)

Post by: Saad Training of advanced students on one of the methods of monitoring temperature and relative humidity in any building in order to know the environmental conditions of the space. Monitoring is very necessary, because the temperature and relative … Continue reading

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The Importance of the Iraqi Institute for the Conservation of Antiquities and Heritage.

Post by Aram. ثةيمانطاى عيَراقى بوَ ثاراستنى شويَنةوار و كةلتور لة هةوليَر طرنطى دةدات بةو كاديرانةى كة لة فةرمانطةكانى شويَنةوارى لة هةموو عيَراق فةرمانبةرن وةكو : شويَنةوارناسةكان و ئةندازيارةكان و ئةندازيارى بيناسازى و رووثيَوةكان و جيولوَجيةكان و كيميايى و فيزيايى … Continue reading

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