Baghdad Tower

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Baghdad Tower
Ma'moon Tower
Baghdad Tower 1.JPG
Former names International Saddam Tower
General information
Status constructed
Type Mixed use:
telecommunication, restaurant, observation
Location Baghdad, Iraq
Completed 1994
Renovated 2010
Destroyed Stands till this day
Height
Antenna spire 205.0 m (673 ft)

Baghdad Tower (Arabic: برج بغداد‎) (previously called International Saddam Tower) is a 205 m (673 ft) TV tower in Baghdad, Iraq. The tower opened in 1994 and replaced a communications tower destroyed in the Gulf War. A revolving restaurant and observation deck are located on the top floor. After the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the tower was occupied by American soldiers and was renamed.

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Coordinates: 33°18′12″N 44°21′15″E / 33.30333°N 44.35417°E / 33.30333; 44.35417