Baghdad is the capital of the Republic of Iraq. The area of
Baghdad is (2,260 km2 ) The population of Baghdad as of
2011 is approximately (7,216,040) person , making it the
largest city in Iraq and the second largest city in the Arab
World (after Cairo, Egypt).
The second half of the last century, the rise in average
temperatures throughout the country was the overall rate
meteorological Iraq that the overall rate of maximum
temperatures in Baghdad for the years 1941 - 1970 was
only 22.9 degrees Celsius , and It rise to reach 32.6
degrees Celsius in 2000, has been the impact of this
climate change on rainfall decreased are also
significantly causing growing state of desertification and
pollution of dust .
Health and Healthcare
Iraq had developed a centralized free health
care system in the 1970s . There are many
government hospitals with low wages .
The CIA World Fact book estimates that in 2000
the adult literacy rate was 84% for males and
64% for females, with UN figures suggesting a
small fall in literacy of Iraqis aged 15–24
between 2000 and 2008, from 84.8% to 82.4%.
In Baghdad there are many problems which influence
on the biodiversity like poor rains , global warming. And
low water level of the Tigris River led to the decline in
the number of fish and plants
In Iraq and especially in Baghdad we have many traditional
meals . Each part of Iraq are known special meals ,for
Irbel ( north of Iraq ) is known with very delicious yogurt
called ( Laban Irbel).
Baghdad has many different meals like ( Dolma . Briani ).
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Transportation in Baghdad
In general there are four kinds of public transportation in my
In addition to, the government began implementing a project
to build Metro in Baghdad is the first of its kind in Iraq.
Waste is recycled to
produced the coal
carbon) which is
used in production
Iraq's economy is dominated by the oil
sector, which has traditionally provided
about 95% of foreign exchange earnings .
Iraq Export: Oil ( 83.9 % ) , non-oil raw
materials ( 8%), animal products and
foodstuffs (5%) so Iraq holds the sixtieth
place in terms of the rate of national