J.B. Russell

Al Qosh, Iraq

Christians inhabitants of Al-Qosh pass a mural of St George slaying the Dragon on their way to the Saint George church. The Assyrian town, dating back more than 2500 years, is perched on a hillside overlooking the Nineveh Plain 50 kms north of the city of Mosul. It is one of the earliest Christian communities in the country. While many Christians from Mosul and other parts of Iraq have come to the area for safetly, thousands of Christians have been forced to flee the country in recent decades. It is estimated that more than 40,000 "Alqushnaye" and their descendents now live in the cities of Detroit, Michigan and San Diego, California alone.

Object Name
Copyright
J.B. Russell
City
Al Qosh
Country
Iraq
Restrictions
Not available in France
Max size
High Resolution
5000 x 3337 pixels
42.33 x 28.25 cm (300 dpi)
16.67 x 11.12 inch (300 dpi)
4.2 MB size on disk
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