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Shanadar Park, Erbil

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
One of the finest parks in Erbil, Shanadar Park offers a green getaway from the busy streets and the crowds. Relax and unwind in the quiet park on the shaded benches, or go to one of the restaurants and cafes for a refreshing drink and meal. Enjoy the maintained gardens featuring a variety of plant species, and the small, clean lake in the middle. Head to the onsite art gallery, where you can learn about the local artists and admire their works. Put Shanadar Park on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Erbil travel itinerary planner.
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  • nice green area to relax , and the art gallery is a nice touch with many traditional work placed around the park 
  • Steeped in history the oldest of the city, this park and its twin, are a very interesting area to explore. Green spaces and a chance to eat street food, Kurdish style.
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  • Shanadar Park, it's one of the Erbil city nice park, it have a very nice places to visit like a painting gallery, restaurants and many places to enjoy your afternoon and evening time with your friends...  read more »
  • Great park to visit usually crowded of people. Can spend a great time there as walking. Has a nice view as well as lake ti check out.
  • A medium sized park situated close to the city centre. Entrance is covered with security and people trying to sell drinks and snacks. The park itself is crowded but quite clean with cable cars overhead. Recommended for a nice walk
  • If you want to try the telefrik you have to come to this park. The Gardens are so beautiful too
  • Baraste parkake zor jwana Dast xoshe la 7ukmat dakam Parezgare Hawler Barez/Nawzad hadi.
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