Iraq

Brief profile

UN member state || Location: Western Asia bordered by Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, Iran || Capital: Baghdad || Official Languages: Arabia, Kurdish || Area: 438,317 sq.km || Population: 29.27 million || GDP per capita $3,600 || Currency: Dinar (IQD)

Iraq #73 25 Dinars (1986) - SOLD OUT

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Al-Shaheed Monument aka the Martyr's Memorial, is a monument in the Iraqi capital Baghdad dedicated to the Iraqi soldiers who died in the Iran-Iraq war. The Monument was opened in 1983, and was designed by Ismail Fattah al-Turki. Wikipedia

Iraq #74 25 Dinars (1990-91) - SOLD OUT

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Qasr-Al-Khalifa or Abbasid Palace in Samarra was built in 221 AH (AD 836) and is one of the most famous Islamic palaces in the world. Wikipedia

Iraq #80b 5 Dinars (1992) - SOLD OUT

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Monument to the Unknown Soldier is said to be inspired by the glorification of a martyr from the Iran–Iraq War. The Monument represents a traditional shield dropping from the dying grasp of an Iraqi warrior. The monument also houses an underground museum. Wikipedia

Iraq #89 10,000 Dinars (2002) - SOLD OUT

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Saddam Hussein (1937 – 2006) was the President of Iraq from 16 July 1979 until 9 April 2003. A leading member of the revolutionary Ba'ath Party, which espoused secular pan-Arabism, economic modernization, and Arab socialism. Wikipedia
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