15 Unexpected Places I Visited in North Iraq (Kurdistan)

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I don’t know if you ever thought about
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traveling to Iraq maybe not but I really
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hope that this video will show you that
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there’s one place where you definitely
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can go without needing an visa with
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being completely safe that place is this
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autonomous region in the north of Iraq
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called
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Iraqi Kurdistan not too many people know
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about that region yet but basically it’s
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it’s a region in the north of Iraq where
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it’s still the same country you know
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people living there still have Iraqi
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passports you know on Google Maps and
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everywhere it’s still the same country
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however they have quite a bit of
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autonomy they have their own flag they
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have their own government and they have
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different rules there and one of those
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rules is that people from from Europe or
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the US or quite a few Asian countries as
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well I think they get a visa free stay
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of I think up to 30 days now going to
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male in Iraq is very very hard it might
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take you many months to get the visa
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even then you might not get it but going
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there it’s really easy trying get the
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stamp travel go back home and that’s
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where I just went on my recent trip to
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Iraq I spent two weeks traveling all
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around place saw so many gorgeous
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gorgeous sights and you know places to
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visit but I really want to share with
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you one thing to know before the video
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starts is that I will start with my
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least favorite places that I visited in
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Iraqi Kurdistan place number 15 14 13
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and so on and then move on to the best
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the coolest the most amazing places that
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that I saw there so you don’t stick
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around what’s the video for obviously as
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long as you like but the longer you
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watch the better is gonna get I promise
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here are the top 15 coolest places that
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I personally visited in Iraqi Kurdistan
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and that I would highly recommend you to
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explore on your own let’s
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please visit in Iraqi Kurdistan number
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15 is the largest market in the whole
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region and that is the market of
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sulemani soul ammonia is a beautiful
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city it’s the third largest city in in
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Iraqi Kurdistan and it’s it’s definitely
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one of the most developed they have a
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lot of you know fancy restaurants and
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shops and shopping malls and hotels and
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you know all that stuff and also by far
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the largest market in the whole region
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the market is completely insane it
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stretches for many kilometers always I
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mean you can go there and you can find
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literally anything you like you know
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from jewelry and foods and drinks and
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hardware and clothing and I mean
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literally anything you want even have
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such crazy stuff is like code heads and
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eyeballs and tongues and yeah literally
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anything you like finding the
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Suleymaniye market is very easy once
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you’re inside the city because I mean
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it’s everywhere it’s it’s like in the
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city centre so probably your hotel or
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hostel will be either in the market area
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or somehow very very close to it but if
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you just spend the day walking around
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the city
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you’ll definitely run into it many many
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times so yes go explore see whether you
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like it get some stuff see where life
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takes you cool place to visit in Iraqi
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Kurdistan number 14 is the on me Abdul
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Rahman Park this park is the largest
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public park in the capital of Iraqi
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Kurdistan called Erbil and the park is
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massive
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the park is over 200 hectares hard to
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beat it could basically be a separate
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town I guess you know it’s huge and the
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reason the park is so famous among the
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local people is because back in the day
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when Saddam was ruling Iraq his regime
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had a very infamous detention center in
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that area and also a military base and
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obviously once a regime fell the local
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people destroyed everything there and
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they decided to build a huge Park where
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you know families could relax and
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children could run around and laugh and
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you know somehow trying to forget that
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you know Barca passed right so these
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days the variks is a very beautiful
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place they have two lakes you can rent
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golf cards there they have children’s
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playgrounds lots of greenery lots of
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nature bushes you know trees everything
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the park is not necessarily located in
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the city center of Erbil just outside it
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so I think if you take a taxi from the
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city center it’s only gonna take you
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maybe five seven eight minutes you know
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max I decided to walk around the city
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and go there on foot
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and so that took me a bit longer maybe
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thirty minutes or so but it’s definitely
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definitely definitely worth their time
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trust me
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police visit number 13 is the old palace
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of Saddam Hussein apparently during his
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regime Saddam Hussein built over 100
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palaces and villas and houses for
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himself all throughout the country
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because that was one of one of the ways
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in which he would you know assert his
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authority and actually visited one of
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those palaces the palace is built on on
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top of this hill is just one when I came
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there weren’t really I’m allowed to go
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in because apparently that the palace
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had been turned into a military base a
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few years ago and now they don’t allow
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tourists to enter unless you go there
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with a guide and I had no game
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so they said sorry no way go back so I
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didn’t get to go in but I’m sure that if
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you do it’s gonna be a crazy cool
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experience for sure the palace is
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located not too far from the city of du
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Hoc around 200 kilometers away from the
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capital of Iraqi Kurdistan called or
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build so I think the best way to go
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there either have your own car that you
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can of course rent or to take a taxi or
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you know some sort of a guided tour
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place to visit number 12 is the market
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of Erbil this market is is pretty cool
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even though it’s not as big as the one
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in Sulaymaniyah
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I found this to be a lot more beautiful
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and interesting because it was built
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hundreds of years ago I think during the
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Ottoman rule so walking around that
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place really does take you many years
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back in time it’s it’s it’s it’s a
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pretty cool experience plus everything
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they sell there it’s very tasty very
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cheap
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kind no one’s trying to scan the inside
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you know so it’s it’s definitely green
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please and the market is located in the
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city center of Erbil just outside this
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in really big square that you’ll
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definitely visit if you go there so once
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again reaching the market is there
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easier you can enter we’re gonna walk
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all around the place you can take a taxi
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to there from your hotel but it’s
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literally in the very city center very
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easy to find you will never never miss a
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cool place to visit in Iraqi Kurdistan
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number eleven is this hill town of I’m a
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deep I’m an easy very very interesting
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place because apparently it’s existed
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for literally thousands of years and
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back in the day it was even the capital
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of some you know big empires and
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everything now it’s just a very small
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hill station that has the altitude of
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1400 meters which is cool and it’s
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literally built on top of this mountain
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or this huge cliff looks really really
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really beautiful when you’re you know
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approaching the town and stuff but it
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was really cool to see the local life
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you know I got this shot at football by
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these two epic yeah young kids and then
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the sense of was really beautiful then I
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also made friends with some locals and
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their bakeries in their shops and
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everything so it was it was a great stop
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also Gabriel and I we found this gas
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station called Iraq oil and later on
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during the trip we saw more of them but
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this was the first time we saw it so we
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thought that’s that’s pretty
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this place is once again located around
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the area of du Hoc around 200 kilometers
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away from from the city of Erbil the
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capital if you take some sort of a taxi
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guided tour or your own car it’s gonna
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be very easy to reach it the place to
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visit number 10 the really really really
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cool piece rocks so apparently in the
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90s right after gaining autonomy from
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you know the Iraqi government there was
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a really cruel civil war in in Iraqi
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Kurdistan so this really cool artists
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Kurdish artists called kiss my yeah it’s
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decided to somehow show the world and
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you know we don’t need so much violence
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and we don’t need so much fighting we’re
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all friends we should all love each
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other
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so then he decided to paint this huge
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inside in very beautiful bright colors
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so he chose hundreds of huge rocks next
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to this you know road and he simply
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painted them whatever he felt like and
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he also inscribed the words this place
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is not for fighting it is for picnics
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this place is not too far from the gala
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town around 50 kilometers away from
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Erbil on this road that’s called Collier
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Road so if you just go from Erbil
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towards the gala you’re definitely gonna
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find that place and it’s gonna be so
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beautiful stop there take some pictures
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relax maybe have a picnic you know
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really interesting place to visit in
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Iraqi Kurdistan number nine is the town
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of Halabja Halabja has a very very very
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sad history because during the final
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stages of the iran-iraq war and the
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Kurdish guerrillas they captured the
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city and they were sort of you know
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holding it and fighting against the
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Iraqi government then but but after a
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while the Iraqi government couldn’t
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really occupy that place so they decided
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to do something else which was a very
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sad thing and they dropped these huge
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gas canisters on the town and it turned
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out that it was a chemical attack
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basically on their own population when
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you go there right now they have this
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very very famous you know how large a
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monument where you know if you go inside
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you can see the names of all the you
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know people who passed away in scripted
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there on the walls and it’s it’s once
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again a very sad thing because you get
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to see these you know fighter jets and
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these tanks and these guns and
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everything when I was there I felt
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really sad that you know these things
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happen in in and in our times I mean you
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know and I feel like we should all love
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each other and
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and just be happy and live together and
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stuff but you know sometimes things
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happen and I guess really good to see a
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place like this because then hopefully
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you can try to prevent things like this
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happening in the future you know in your
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own community the town of collab juice
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located only 80 kilometers away from
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Suleymaniye and right next to the border
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with Iran I think the border with Iran
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has made me 20 kilometers aware so so
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it’s very easy to reach if you have a
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car once again takes you less than an
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hour to drive there you can easily get a
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taxi I’m sure there should be some you
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know guided tours happening there as
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well interesting place to visit number
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eight is the Jalil kayat mosque even
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though I’ve been to hundreds of mosques
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from all around the world but this
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mosque was definitely definitely one of
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the one of the coolest ones I’ve ever
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seen because it’s so big so beautiful so
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peaceful so well preserved it’s crazy
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and as a really interesting history so
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apparently there was this guy called
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genin ayat and he was trying to build a
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mosque but he passed away a few years
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before its completion and then his sons
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in memory of their father completed the
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mosque so you know it’s very famous very
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well-known very well preserved
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super super beautiful and also really
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big is the biggest mosque in in Oliver
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bill and I think one of the biggest ones
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in the country as well because it’s
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15,000 square meters large and holds
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around 2,000 people imagine imagine
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sighs so if you’re there definitely go
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check it out it’s it’s gonna blow your
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mind you know just relax pray meditate
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do whatever you like but definitely go
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visit the mosque is located not too far
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from the city center of Erbil so once
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you’re in the city you can either walk
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there I think it’s maybe two kilometers
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we’re gonna take you 25 30 minutes or so
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oh you can obviously just take the taxi
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if you tell anyone
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jelly at mosque please everyone’s gonna
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know where you want to go and they’ll
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definitely take their epic place visit
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in Iraqi Kurdistan number seven is one
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of the craziest craziest Russians I’ve
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seen in my entire life there’s this
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freshened called
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nudie for some reason it only opens at
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11:00 p.m. and it works until 3:00 a.m.
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and it’s completely packed into it in a
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very long line of people to actually get
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your food and what those guys do is they
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take you know goats and they use
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literally everything every part of the
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good for their meals they use the
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tongues use the brains they use the
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hypothenuse all parts of their body for
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meat they also use their testicles with
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rice oh my god it’s crazy crazy crazy I
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myself I’m a vegetarian so obviously
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going to these places I don’t eat
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anything but it’s just crazy to see
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places like this is very very
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interesting because that’s something I
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could for example never find in Europe
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right so it’s been quite a bit of time
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filming literally every step of the
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process and we actually published the
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video of that cooking process on my
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travel food channel called
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world food adventures I’m gonna link to
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the video in the description box down
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below if you want to check it out but my
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brother bodycon who actually took me
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there enjoys their foods big-time he was
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eating and laughing in his beard was oh
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hammer did the foods and rice and goats
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eyeballs doing it so even if you don’t
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want eat food like that I would highly
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recommend you to visit that place when
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you’re surly Manya kiss is by far the
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craziest food I’ve seen in all of the
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Middle East 100% the restaurant itself
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is located in once again the city of
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sulamani and not too far from the city
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centre not too far from the market so
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it’s kind of easy to find however when I
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was trying to google it I couldn’t find
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anything but if you ask the locals or
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you know the people working at your
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hotel or a hostel they will
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we know that place and you know some of
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them can hopefully take you there cool
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place to visit number six is the Citadel
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of Erbil this is by far the most
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beautiful citadel in all of Iraqi
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Kurdistan because it’s really big really
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well preserved and also it’s one of the
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oldest human settlements in the whole
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region because it’s around 7,000 years
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old I think and I mean that’s just crazy
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you know so when you go to the city
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center of Erbil once again there’s gonna
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be a big square than the market and you
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will just see the citadel literally
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standing there just in front of you the
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cool thing about the Citadel is that as
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opposed to being like like a touristy
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spot where you need to pay for the
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ticket and then go inside for a specific
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amount of time you know it’s actually a
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huge public space so literally anyone
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can go there’s no gates no entrance fees
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you can see there for as long as you
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like it’s it’s a really nice place when
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you go inside there’s so many local
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people hanging out the view from there
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is beautiful because you get to see the
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whole you know all town of of Erbil and
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it’s just such a nice place I would
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highly recommend you to go there during
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the census because then you’ll see the
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Sun setting over the horizon you know
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you get this beautiful view of the city
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and everything it’s really really really
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cool once again super easy to find in
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the very very heart of Erbil so if you
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go to the market or the square and the
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citadel will literally just be standing
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right there cool place to visit in Iraqi
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Kurdistan number five is this really
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beautiful place called La Leche before
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going to Taraki Kurdistan I never I
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never knew anything about this place but
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it turns out that laddish is actually
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the holiest place in the world for this
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ancient religion called Yasin ISM and
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Yasin ism is is apparently a very
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interesting religion once again very old
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and even though all the people who
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practice yaz ISM they’re in the Middle
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East but their religion is very
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different from that because they believe
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in reincarnation sort of similar to
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you know the Buddhists but but obviously
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the religion is different they believe
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in seven how will the Angels that the
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God created – I’m gonna look after the
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world and everything it’s it’s it’s
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pretty exciting but right now there’s
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not you know too many people practicing
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Yasim but they’re still you know
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thousands of people and when I went to
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laddish I ran into this wonderful group
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of ezd people and they were sharing
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foods with me and we’re trying to
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somehow communicate even though they
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didn’t speak English it was really
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beautiful everyone was you know smiling
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and laughing and hugging and you know it
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it was it was beautiful and then the
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temple itself is not really too big but
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you can still go inside you can you know
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see it it’s not very fancy because
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obviously the people don’t have too much
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money and everything but it’s quite well
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preserved and you know there’s people
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living there guarding the place and once
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again this place is in the area of du
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Hoc around 130 kilometres away from
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Earth bill I don’t think you can get a
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bus or a minivan there so once again get
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your taxi or a guided tour or ideally
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you know your own car cool place to
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visit number four is the Quebec Mountain
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Resort and Spa now this is a place I
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definitely definitely never expected to
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find in Iraq going there you know but
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when my friend Gabriel and I were
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planning our road trip in the east side
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of rocky Kurdistan he found this
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Mountain Resort & Spa
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once again we took our car went to the
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mountains took a cable car that took us
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I think maybe 30 minutes one-way or so
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because it’s it’s it’s quite far from
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the place we’re taking the cable car and
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arrived to this huge crazy resort that
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has I think 200 buildings or so it’s
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very fast and you have a very fancy
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restroom you have a spa they have you
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know some ski slopes they have different
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places for foods and they have their own
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drivers that take care of them out
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then you know you can you can hike
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everywhere I mean it’s it’s insane and
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it almost felt like being in Europe and
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the views around it were so beautiful it
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was so peaceful you know definitely not
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the kind of place I mean anyone would
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expect to find in Iraq really you know
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what I mean the mountain resort is
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located only a hundred kilometres away
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from Earth bill not too far from the
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city of Saddam so once again very easy
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to find if you have maps you just enter
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it easily find it just make sure not to
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try to drive up to the to the resort
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yourself because there’s no road you
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need to drive to the cable car point and
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then take the cable car so you parked
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the car there take the cable car come
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back the next morning drive whatever you
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would like Oh things are getting hot in
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the studio I don’t know if you can feel
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it but they’re definitely not welcome to
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the three coolest coolest coolest places
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you can visit in Iraqi Kurdistan I enjoy
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them big time and I’m sure that if you
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go there yourself you will like them to
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the moon and back as well let’s go
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coolest place to visit number three is
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the Asthma mountain view point in
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Suleymaniye so this view point was
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definitely the most beautiful view point
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I’ve seen in the whole region and it’s
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very very close to the city of suleimani
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so apparently when you go to the city
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all around the city you’ll get to see
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these huge mountains everywhere
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everywhere around the city and there’s
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this place in the Asthma mountain and
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that you can actually drive up with the
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car or actually take a cable car that’s
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very affordable and stuff and when you
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go there there’s many many benches and
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people selling foods and everything and
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it’s such a beautiful beautiful view
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point from where you can see literally
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the whole city I went there with my
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friend bodycon when the Sun was just
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setting and it was incredible we were
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there we saw everything where we’re
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sitting on this bench laughing and
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talking about everything and I mean it
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was just so so so beautiful there Wow
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as I mentioned and the viewpoint is
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definitely not too far from the city
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center very very you know easy access
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you can either go to the place where you
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can take the cable car or you can simply
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take your car or a taxi to the viewpoint
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everyone knows that they are very
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affordable very easy to find very close
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to the city centre and incredibly
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incredibly beautiful coolest place to
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visit in Iraqi Kurdistan number two is
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the old intelligence headquarters of
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Saddam’s regime this place is not too
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far from central Suleymaniye as well and
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it’s a very important place to the local
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people because during the national
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uprising in Iraq in 1991 this was the
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first place that the local people took
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down instantly money these days has been
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turning into a very insightful very
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interesting and also you know a bit of a
20:19
sad Museum you know for the crimes that
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were committed during those times I mean
20:24
it’s kind of hard to take some of those
20:26
things because they’re so real and so
20:28
recent but once again very important to
20:30
see them my favorite part of the music
20:32
was obviously this Hall of Mirrors it’s
20:35
called so there’s this Lane that you
20:38
enter and they have thousands of shards
20:40
of mirrors that represents you know the
20:45
thousands of people that were killed
20:47
during you know Saddam’s regime and and
20:50
I mean walking there you also see
20:53
yourself in those shards and you’re all
20:55
like broken up into pieces you know and
20:57
it’s just so so symbolic so strong so
21:00
once again so sad but I guess so
21:03
necessary and also just outside the
21:05
headquarters they have a lot of the
21:07
tanks that were used by the regime to do
21:09
those things and those things obviously
21:11
abandoned and stuff and so what I did I
21:13
was walking all around those tanks and
21:15
just thinking how sad how sad it is that
21:20
we still have these things in the 21st
21:22
century where in my mind there should be
21:24
no words now you know we’ve all learned
21:26
so much well seen so much and you know
21:30
experienced so much harm as a society
21:33
and and
21:35
and you know having these deadly
21:36
machines it’s just crazy the museum is
21:39
located not too far from the city center
21:41
of off Suleymaniye once again very easy
21:44
to find if you tell it to any taxi
21:49
driver they will easily take you there
21:50
very easy to find very accessible and
21:53
very available and very very very strong
21:58
and finally the the best the most
22:01
interesting and the craziest place I
22:04
visited in Iraqi Kurdistan and that is
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the Sagara cave
22:08
so when I was traveling around the place
22:11
with my with my brother bodycon and one
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day he told me ok bro today we’re gonna
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go have a picnic with my friends and
22:20
we’re gonna do some hiking and stuff I
22:22
said oh that’s that’s amazing let’s go
22:23
so he took me to these mountains and
22:25
we’re just hiking and then we were
22:27
playing chess and having a picnic and I
22:29
mean it was beautiful we’re all you know
22:31
making friends and having a great laugh
22:33
and everything and then when the Sun set
22:35
he said ok I didn’t tell you this before
22:38
but now get ready for the coolest place
22:41
ever and then he took me to this really
22:44
really really narrow narrow narrow key
22:47
where you basically go like this you
22:49
know like you’re always touching these
22:51
rocks and you need to like clean and and
22:53
and and then crouched and all that stuff
22:55
and and obviously they’re still like
22:57
bats and every everything giving you a I
22:59
mean it’s crazy you know and then after
23:01
maybe five or seven minutes of that we
23:03
went to this huge huge cave I don’t know
23:06
10 meters high 15 meters I suddenly this
23:09
it smashed and so it turns out that
23:11
during Saddam’s regime and there were
23:13
thousands of guerrilla soldiers that
23:15
we’re living in those caves for you know
23:17
many years and fighting everyone because
23:19
that that mouth in this region is you
23:22
know very hard tax is very hard to
23:23
occupy and all that stuff you know there
23:25
and that’s why the caves are so big so
23:28
from the entrance of that cave that we
23:30
visited to the to the end it’s 2
23:32
kilometers imagine the size of it it’s
23:35
just massive you know so what we went in
23:38
we’ll walk from the very entrance to the
23:40
very end
23:41
checked out the end and walked all the
23:42
way back and popped out when it was
23:44
completely dark no so at the very end
23:47
exiting the kid was quite hard because
23:49
for some reason at that point there were
23:51
so many bands just flying through us and
23:53
so I saw so many a time hitting me and
23:55
hitting my friends alright so yes if if
23:59
you’re afraid of small spaces or if
24:01
you’re afraid of bats might not be the
24:02
best place for you but if if you’re ok
24:05
with that
24:05
oh my god you’re gonna have yourself
24:08
teeth blast you bloody legend I can
24:11
assure you if you try to find the cave
24:14
on Google Maps you won’t find it because
24:16
for some reason it’s not filling mark
24:17
there but it’s not too far from this
24:19
tiny town called cha medicine and I
24:22
don’t really think you can go there
24:24
yourself because it’s very hard to find
24:26
that place so I would highly recommend
24:28
you either getting a guide or finding
24:30
some sort of a local friend who could
24:31
actually take you there but if you have
24:33
the time and if you like those kind of
24:34
places oh my god
24:36
you’ll definitely definitely let me and
24:39
I guess that’s pretty much it definitely
24:42
check out those place let me know what
24:43
you what you think about this place in
24:45
the comment section down below
24:46
one thing before I am the video I really
24:48
wanted to say that very recently we
24:50
finally finally finally lounged you know
24:54
my merch I guess you know the Explorer
24:57
merch this day curious merchant stuff
24:59
and so I’ve been travelling with these
25:02
clothes for a very long time right now
25:03
maybe 9 months or so and for the longest
25:05
of time it was never possible to really
25:07
purchase them but right now it is you
25:10
can click the link in the description
25:12
box down below the story is called
25:13
explore yo calm you can find all these
25:17
you know beautiful designs that we have
25:19
the explore your shirt the stick your
25:21
shirt
25:21
caps and beanies and sweatshirts and
25:24
pins and you know whatever you want the
25:26
quality is great at this point I can’t
25:28
really travel without these clothes in
25:30
the market
25:31
I’m just so used to them I’m so happy
25:32
with them they dry fast wash easy I mean
25:36
they’re the perfect clothes to take to
25:39
Iraq if you know what I mean so you’re
25:40
going to Iraq definitely get at least a
25:42
shirt or so send me a picture on
25:45
instagram at jacob locus i’d be more
25:47
than happy to feature it on my stories
25:49
and stuff and yeah join the explore your
25:53
tribe village hey thank you so much for
25:56
watching the whole video i hope you
25:57
enjoyed it hope it was educational never
25:59
stop exploring the world never stop
26:01
doing the things that make you happy and
26:03
you know always remember to stay curious
26:07
of course
26:08
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