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Within the activities of the first cultural week of the Faculty of Archeology / University of Kufa, our college held a friendly match between the students of the Department of Archaeology of Iraq and the students of the Department of Islamic Archaeology.

Within the activities of the first cultural week of the Faculty of Archaeology / University of Kufa and the presence of the Dean of the Faculty of Archaeology, University of Kufa Dr. Mohammed Fakhruddin The Faculty of Archaeology / University of Kufa on Wednesday, 17/4/2019 A friendly volleyball match between …

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Within the activities of the first cultural week of the Faculty of Archeology, the Department of Islamic Archeology organized an exhibition of students’ products and handicrafts.

Under the patronage of Dr. Mohammed Fakhruddin and in the presence of the Assistant of the President of the University of Kufa for Scientific Affairs Dr. Mohsen Al-Abadi ,The Department of Islamic Antiquities organized on Monday, 15/4/2019.an exhibition of students’ products and their handicrafts, The exhibition included paintings painted on …

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Within the activities of the first cultural week of the Faculty of Archeology / University of Kufa, the Department of Islamic Archaeology organized a cultural competition for public information.

Islamic Antiquities Department organized a cultural contest of public information on the gardens between the different phases of our college students to the Department of Islamic Antiquities on Tuesday, 16 / 4/2019 The students competed with each other to answer questions and both teams get the result of the equality.

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Students of the old Iraqi antiquities department launch a voluntary campaign entitled (dearest homeland).

The students of the Department of Ancient Iraqi Antiquities under the supervision of the head of the Department of Ancient Iraqi Antiquities Dr. Fatima Al-Mamouri organized a voluntary campaign entitled “the Dearest homeland”. The campaign included cleaning the classrooms and the outer corridors of the college. It is worth mentioning …

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