WORLD Iraq's traditional museum reopens amid easing of COVID-19 restrictions

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Iraq's traditional museum reopens amid easing of COVID-19 restrictions

Xinhua

07:35, October 30, 2020

People wearing masks visit the al-Baghdadi Museum in Baghdad, Iraq, Oct. 21, 2020. The traditional al-Baghdadi Museum was reopened to visitors recently, about six months after its closure amid the coronavirus pandemic in Iraq. Located in an old building near the Tigris River, the museum is one of Baghdad's important cultural heritage and tourist landmarks, offering a nostalgic journey into the past daily life of the Iraqi capital through scenes featuring life-size wax models. (Xinhua)

People wearing masks visit the al-Baghdadi Museum in Baghdad, Iraq, Oct. 21, 2020. The traditional al-Baghdadi Museum was reopened to visitors recently, about six months after its closure amid the coronavirus pandemic in Iraq. Located in an old building near the Tigris River, the museum is one of Baghdad's important cultural heritage and tourist landmarks, offering a nostalgic journey into the past daily life of the Iraqi capital through scenes featuring life-size wax models. (Xinhua)

A man wearing a mask visits the al-Baghdadi Museum in Baghdad, Iraq, Oct. 21, 2020. The traditional al-Baghdadi Museum was reopened to visitors recently, about six months after its closure amid the coronavirus pandemic in Iraq. Located in an old building near the Tigris River, the museum is one of Baghdad's important cultural heritage and tourist landmarks, offering a nostalgic journey into the past daily life of the Iraqi capital through scenes featuring life-size wax models. (Xinhua)

A girl wearing a mask visits the al-Baghdadi Museum in Baghdad, Iraq, Oct. 21, 2020. The traditional al-Baghdadi Museum was reopened to visitors recently, about six months after its closure amid the coronavirus pandemic in Iraq. Located in an old building near the Tigris River, the museum is one of Baghdad's important cultural heritage and tourist landmarks, offering a nostalgic journey into the past daily life of the Iraqi capital through scenes featuring life-size wax models. (Xinhua)

People wearing masks visit the al-Baghdadi Museum in Baghdad, Iraq, Oct. 21, 2020. The traditional al-Baghdadi Museum was reopened to visitors recently, about six months after its closure amid the coronavirus pandemic in Iraq. Located in an old building near the Tigris River, the museum is one of Baghdad's important cultural heritage and tourist landmarks, offering a nostalgic journey into the past daily life of the Iraqi capital through scenes featuring life-size wax models. (Xinhua)

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