Iraq

Prayer times in Iraq

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Payer Times for Cities in Iraq

CityFajrSunriseDhuhrAsrMaghribIsha
03:2204:5811:5815:3818:5720:27
03:2705:0612:0915:5219:1120:44
03:2504:5911:5515:3318:5120:19
03:1605:0312:1416:0519:2521:05
03:1605:0112:1016:0019:2020:58
03:3205:0912:1015:5219:1120:42
03:1805:0112:0915:5719:1620:53
03:3305:0912:0915:5019:0820:39
03:2905:0412:0115:4018:5920:27
03:1304:5612:0515:5319:1220:49

Prayer Times of Others Cities in Iraq

About Iraq

Located in Western Asia, Iraq, or the Republic of Iraq as it's officially known, is a country steeped in rich history and culture. Covering an area of approximately 438,317 square kilometers, Iraq is bordered by six countries: Turkey to the north, Iran to the east, Kuwait to the southeast, Saudi Arabia to the south, Jordan to the southwest, and Syria to the west. It has a narrow coastal area of about 58 kilometers along the northern Persian Gulf. Its capital and largest city, Baghdad, is a vibrant metropolis and the economic, cultural, and intellectual hub of the country. The ethnically diverse population of Iraq includes Arabs, Kurds, Assyrians, Turkmen, Shabakis, Yazidis, Armenians, Mandeans, Circassians, and Kawliya. Arabic and Kurdish are the official languages, reflecting the two dominant ethnic groups. The country is primarily Muslim, with small minorities practicing Christianity and other religions. Iraq's geography is diverse, with desert plains, mountain ranges, and marshlands. The heartland of Iraq is the Mesopotamian Alluvial Plain, which was home to ancient civilizations that made significant contributions to human culture and progress. In modern times, Iraq's economy heavily relies on the oil sector, which traditionally accounts for about 95% of foreign exchange earnings. The country's rich historical heritage, with several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and natural beauty provide potential for a thriving tourism industry, currently being revived after years of conflict and instability.