Weapons collectors turn their homes into archaeological museums


The man in his sixties, Taher Ali, who is from Halabja governorate, has been acquiring ancient folkloric artifacts for 30 years, and most of these holdings are firearms, swords and daggers dating back 40-140 years and estimated at more than 60 weapons and daggers. Antiques specialists demanded that the state contribute to buying these collectibles and placing them in places and centers for tourists and visitors of the city.

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