The Tigris River (Dicle)

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The Tigris River (Dicle)

  1. 1. He Tigris river is 1900 kilometers long.
  2. 2. Restaurants on the Tigris, Hasankeyf, Turkey
  3. 3. The Tigris River Diyarbakır -Turkey
  4. 4. Ten-Eyed Bridge on The Tigris river Diyarbakır-Turkey
  5. 5. 1000 years Old Bridge on Tigris (Dicle) River
  6. 6. Gorgeous Malabadi Bridge on Tigris (Dicle) River
  7. 7. The Tigris rising in the Taurus Mountains of eastern Turkey and flowing in a generally southeasterly direction until it joins the Euphrates near Al Qurna in southern Iraq. The two rivers together form the Shatt al-Arab waterway, which empties into the Persian Gulf. The Tigris is joined by many tributaries, including the Diyala and both the Upper and Lower Zab rivers.
  8. 8. The port city of Basra straddles the Shatt al-Arab. In ancient times, many of the great cities of Mesopotamia stood on or near the Tigris, drawing water from it to irrigate the civilization of the Sumerians. Notable Tigris- side cities included Nineveh, Ctesiphon, and Seleucia, while the city of Lagash was irrigated by Tigris water delivered to it via a canal dug around 2400 BC.
  9. 9. The Tigris river Diyarbakır-Turkey
  10. 10. TheTigris River, Iraq
  11. 11. Babylon, Ancient Iraq
  12. 12. Babylon, Ancient Iraq
  13. 13. Hanging Gardens of Babylon
  14. 14. Music AĞLA SAZIM By Neşet ERTAŞ İbrahim DAL JULY 2009

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