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L’église syriaque-catholique al Tāhirā (l’ancienne) de Mossoul

The al-Tahira Syriac-Catholic church is located at 36°20’39.36″N 43° 7’56.86″E and 237 metres altitude, in the old city of Mosul, formerly designated by the Ottoman city walls on the west bank of the Tigris river, opposite ancient Nineveh.

L’église Tahmazgerd de Kirkouk (dite église rouge)

The Tahmazgerd church (the so-called Red Church) in Kirkuk is located at 35°28’6.08″N 44°23’1.37″E and at 344 metres altitude on top of a hill overlooking the city.

Le site archéologique de Bazyan et son patrimoine chrétien

The archeological site of Bazian is located at 35°38’21.26″N 44°58’24.02″E and at 948 metres’ altitude on the road between Kirkuk and Sulaymaniyah. It is situated close to the town of Takiyah, on the western side of the pass known as Bazian Derbendi.

L’église chaldéenne Al Tahira de Mossoul

L’église chaldéenne al Tahira se situe à 36°21’12.69″N 43°07’24.29″E et 221 mètres d’altitude, au nord du vieux Mossoul autrefois délimité par les remparts ottomans, tout près de la rive occidentale du Tigre, face à l’antique Ninive.

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L’église syriaque-orthodoxe Mar Touma de Mossoul

L’église syriaque-orthodoxe Mar Touma se situe à 36°20’28.71″N 43°07’31.72″E et 234 mètres d’altitude, dans le vieux Mossoul autrefois délimité par les remparts ottomans, sur la rive occidentale du Tigre, face à l’antique Ninive.

Mar Yousef (St Joseph) cathedral in Baghdad

The Chaldean cathedral Mar Yousef (St Joseph) in Baghdad stands at 33°18’5.29″N 44°25’41.69″E and 38 metres above sea level, in the district of Karada in Baghdad, 900 metres from the eastern bank of the Tigris River.

 

The church Sourp Asdvadzadzin in Baghdad (Church of the Holy Mother of God, “Miskinta”)

The Armenian church Sourp Asdvadzadzin (Holy Mother of God, also called Miskinta) lies at 33°20’45.66″N 44°23’11.88″E and 46 metres above sea level, in the district of Al-Mīdan in Baghdad, 400 metres from the eastern bank of the Tigris River. It is the oldest church in Baghdad still in use today.

Church of Mary mother of sorrows in Baghdad (Om Al-Ahzan)

The Chaldean church Um-Al-Ahzan (Mary Mother of Sorrows) is located in Baghdad at 33°20’17.30″N 44°23’43.90″E and 44 metres above sea level, on the eastern bank of the Tigris River, in the Shorja district. It is one of Baghdad’s oldest districts.

 

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