The National Museum of Iraq is located in Bagdad, containing precious relics from Mesopotamian civilisation.
Owing to the archaeological treasures of Mesopotamia, its collected works are considered to be of great importance to the world. The British correlation with the museum and with Iraq has resulted in demonstrations in both English and Arabic. It contains essential artifacts from the over 5,000 year long history of Mesopotamia in 28 galleries and vaults.
These comprise art and artifacts from ancient Sumerian, Babylonian, Akkadian, Assyrian and Chaldean civilizations. The museum also has galleries devoted to collections of both pre-Islamic and Islamic Arabian art and artifacts.