Looking after Kurdistan's past

,,I've seen monuments with bullet holes, because people practiced on them, or others where they sprayed  paint on it'', said the Italian archaeology professor Mario Fales to a group of 20 journalists in Duhok. He spoke during the workshop on National Heritage that IMCK organised on September 20, 2012, to inform journalists about the importance of preserving the heritage. Without a past no present, his message was.


The day was held in the still empty Archaeology Museum in Duhok and was opened by its director, Dr Hassan Ahmed Qassim, who spoke of new discoveries done during excavations in the city. The group was then shown around at one of the excavation sites, Shindogha, dated 3000 years back.

IMCK senior trainer Khidher Domle led the day and helped the participants to think of ways to report about the subject. More pictures of the day on Facebook

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