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|DescriptionBaghdad old Abbasid Minaret.jpg||
العربية: منارة جامع الخلفاء في سوق الغزل في بغداد في بلاد ما بين النهرين و هي أقدم منارة تعود للحقبة العباسية في بغداد لزمن الخليفة المكتفي. المسجد دمر خلال غزو المغول بقيادة هولاكو عام 1258م لكن المسجد أعاد بناءه أبغه ابن هولاكو و هذه المنارة هي ما تبقى من المسجد الذي بناه ابن هولاكو 1264-1281. الصورة أخها مصور ألماني عام 1911م.
English: 1911, of Suq al-Ghazal (The Yarn Bazaar) Minaret in Baghdad-Mesopotamia. This is the oldest minaret in Baghdad. It belonged to the Caliph Mosque built by Caliph Muktafi 901-907 A.D. The mosque was destroyed by Hulagu in 1258 A.D. during the sack of the city of the Caliphs. The current minaret was built by Hulagu's son Abagha [1264-1281 A.D.]
|Author||Unnamed German photographer|
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|This work was first published in Iraq and is now in the public domain because its copyright protection has expired by virtue of the Law No. 3 of 1971 on Copyright, amended 2004 by Order No. 83, Amendment to the Copyright Law. The work meets one of the following criteria:
Per U.S. Circ. 38a., the following countries are not a participant in the Berne Convention or any other treaty on copyright with the United States:
As such, works published by citizens of these countries in these countries are usually not subject to copyright protection outside of these countries. Hence, such works may be in the public domain in most other countries worldwide.
Iraq has enacted Law No. 3 of 1971 on Copyright (Arabic) which came into force on 21 January 1971. Iraq has enacted Regulation No. 10 of 1985 on the National Committee for the Protection of Copyright (Arabic) which came into force on 2 September 1985. Iraq has enacted Order No. 83, Amendment to the Copyright Law (Arabic) ( Unofficial English (WIPO) translation) which came into force on 1 May 2004.
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|File change date and time||23:24, 7 February 2006|
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