An old bridge in Mosul embraces a new tradition for lovers

Young lovers in Mosul have come up with a new tradition they practice on the city’s Old Bridge. They lock a padlock and throw its key into Tigris River as a symbol of eternal love.

An old bridge in Mosul embraces a new tradition for lovers

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Ninewa’s Telaskuf Christians prepare for Christmas celebrations
Ninewa’s Telaskuf Christians prepare for Christmas celebrations
Kirkuk hosts international street theatre festival
Kirkuk hosts international street theatre festival
A theatre performance amid the ruins of Mosul
A theatre performance amid the ruins of Mosul
The 5th anniversary of the Ezidi genocide
The 5th anniversary of the Ezidi genocide
Smile Land Water Park in Kirkuk
Smile Land Water Park in Kirkuk
These families refuse to give up buffalo herding
These families refuse to give up buffalo herding
The Qishla of Kirkuk on the brink of collapse
The Qishla of Kirkuk on the brink of collapse
Two young fine arts graduates in Mosul use colour and painting to add life to the war-shattered city.
Two young fine arts graduates in Mosul use colour and painting to add life to the war-shattered city.
Assyrians in Duhok celebrate Akito Day which marks the Assyrian New Year
Assyrians in Duhok celebrate Akito Day which marks the Assyrian New Year
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