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Saladin (Tikrit)

Salah-Al-Din Province It is located in the middle of Iraq .Tikrit is its center and Samara is its largest cities,it is about 24,363 km , named after leader Salah Al-Din Al-Auyybi who was born in it . Salah Al-Din is considered one of the historical provinces ,it has ancient depth in Iraqi civilizations ,it has nine districts Samara ,Tikrit,Beji ,Balad ,Al-Shirkat ,Al-Door,Toz-Karmato ,Al-dijel and Amerli

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Abo-Dalaf Mosque
Archaeology

It is a historical mosque , built by Abbasid Caliph Al-Motawakil in 859 AD ,its design is similar to Al-Malwia Mosque ,it is one of the largest mosques in the world term of area , and considered one of the most important remaining sites in old Samara .

Abu Dalaf Mosque
Al-Malwia Mosque.
Archaeology

It is a historical mosque, located in Samara , was built by Abbasid Caliph Al-Motawakil between 848 to 851 AD ,its minaret is one of the important landmarks of Abbasid architect .

Malwia
Ali Hadi Al-Asskari Shrine
Religious

It is known officially as The Holy Shrine of Asskarian ,where Imam Ali Al-Hadi and his son Imam Al-Hassan Al-Askari had buried ,they are fromThe Twelfth Imams Of Shea sect ,the shrine is located in Samara city at the north of Baghdad on the eastern bank of Tigris ,it is the most important religious sites in the city ,the shrine is surrounded by many houses , hotels and shops ,its considered the hart of city and a religious – tourism center ,Muslims generally come to visit it .

Imam Hadi
Assure (Al-Shirkat Castle)
Archaeology

It is an ancient city ,returns to modern Assurian Kingdom ,the remains of archeological city are located at the west of Tigris , the city was populated since the third millennium BC .

Ziggurat of ashur
Great Mosque of Samarra
Archaeology

It is a historical mosque, located in Samara , was built by Abbasid Caliph Al-Motawakil between 848 to 851 AD ,its minaret is one of the important landmarks of Abbasid architect .

Great Mosque
Samara City
Archaeology

It is one of the old Islamic cities , it extends on the Eastern side of Tigris for about 35 km ,the city starts from the boundary of New Samara to south where you see the Great Mosque , Minaret of Malwia and the palace of Balkora ,Al-Qaim and Al-Qadissia , then to the North where the Caliph Palace , Al-Frossia Square , Al-Aleek hill , the Mosque of AbiDalaf , Al-Motawaklia and Al- Risasi river ,while in the south of city Caliphs built some palaces ,the most important ones of them are

Over looking to city of samarra
The Caliph Palace or Caliph House
Historic

It is a historical palace in Samara city, built by Al-Motasim the Abbasid Caliph in 836 AD, it was the headquarter of the government in his time and then the times of the Caliphs who followed him.

Lover palace