The Darb Zubaydah (Iraq)

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The Hajj Pilgrimage Routes: The Darb Zubaydah (Iraq) is part of the Tentative list of Iraq in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

The Darb Zubaydah is a Hajj Pilgrimage Route that links the Iraqi city of Kufa to Makkah. Its stations were established in the 8th century by the Abbasids. The serial nomination has 4 components: the pilgrim station and lighthouse of Umm Al-Qurun, the large-size station of Talhat, the wells and pools of Sharaf, and Al ‘Aqabah known for its dam.

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Full Name
The Hajj Pilgrimage Routes: The Darb Zubaydah (Iraq)
Country
Iraq
Added
2022
Type
Cultural
Categories
Religious structure - Islamic
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2022 Added to Tentative List

The site has 4 locations

The Hajj Pilgrimage Routes: The Darb Zubaydah (Iraq): Umm al-Qurun (T)
The Hajj Pilgrimage Routes: The Darb Zubaydah (Iraq): Talhat (T)
The Hajj Pilgrimage Routes: The Darb Zubaydah (Iraq): Sharaf (T)
The Hajj Pilgrimage Routes: The Darb Zubaydah (Iraq): Al-Aqaba (T)

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