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.I've been living in Bagdad for some years. My father was a geologist. I studied at International school under the guideness of the Russian Ambassy. People there in Bagdad are very kind and industrious. I made friends with some Arab children. We were not permitted...More
This museum shows Baghdad's traditions from the first half of last century , in fun way . My children were excited to see all these statues ( dolls) doing the everyday usual chores , it feels like we travelled by time machine more than 70...More
It's easy to arrive to museum from any region in Baghdad by a taxi, the entrance fee is very cheap about 1$, the palace contain all the daily activities for the old Baghdad citizens like the music & songs, shopping, cafes, hand made shops, wedding...More
This used to be the most entertaining place to visit for families with school age children. It is almost the Madame Tussaud of Baghdad. with wax statues that depict the daily Baghdad life in the mid of the twentieth century. A real fun and educational