Taxis Drive Past Restored Walls of Nineveh in Mosul in 1970s

MOSUL - JANUARY 1978; Taxis drive along road beside restored walls of ancient Akkadian and net-assyrian city pf Nineveh (Ninawa) which from 662-612 BC was the largest city in the world. parts were destroyed by ISIS;(photo by Nik Wheeler/Corbis via Getty Images)
MOSUL - JANUARY 1978; Taxis drive along road beside restored walls of ancient Akkadian and net-assyrian city pf Nineveh (Ninawa) which from 662-612 BC was the largest city in the world. parts were destroyed by ISIS;(photo by Nik Wheeler/Corbis via Getty Images)
Taxis Drive Past Restored Walls of Nineveh in Mosul in 1970s
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Nik Wheeler / Contributor
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01 January, 1978
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