Babylon Palace Of Saddam Hussein, Iraq
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Iraq Babylon Palace Of Saddam Hussein

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The Babylon Palace of Saddam Hussein, also known as the Saddam Hussein's Summer Palace, was a lavish and opulent residence located in Hillah, Iraq. It was constructed during Saddam Hussein's regime in the 1980s as a symbol of his power and grandeur. The palace featured intricate architecture, luxurious furnishings, and extensive gardens.

The palace was situated on the ruins of the ancient city of Babylon, adding to its historical significance. It included multiple buildings, including a main palace, guesthouses, and recreational areas. The interiors were adorned with ornate decorations, expensive materials, and extravagant artworks.

After the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime in 2003, the palace was taken over by the United States military and later handed back to the Iraqi government. Today, it serves as a tourist attraction and a reminder of the extravagant and controversial era of Saddam Hussein's rule in Iraq. However, its historical and cultural significance as a site built upon the ancient city of Babylon remains a subject of debate and concern.

Photography Tips

NO Drone, as it is guarded and the quard might ask you for a drone.
Use a nice and fast wide angle lens.

Travel Information

The place is easyly accessible by car. It's guarded, but free of charge and ready to get explored. That said, you can freely move inside the palace and its surroundings.
Spot Type Outdoor
Crowd Factor Just a few people
Best Timing All timings are equally good
Sunrise & Sunset 05:08 - 19:09 | current local time: 08:15
Photo Themes Abandoned Abandoned Buildings Architecture saddam hussein
Locations Hillah babylon

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