Babylon is the archaeological site of what once was one of the largest and oldest settlements in Mesopotamia.
It comprises the – largely unexcavated - remains of the ancient Neo-Babylonian city, its city walls and temples. Particularly during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II (604–561 BC) the complete reconstruction of the imperial grounds, including the Etemenanki ziggurat, and the construction of the Ishtar Gate took place.
Map of BabylonLoad map
2016 Incomplete - not examined
Deferred as conditions under which recommendation made not yet fulfilled
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