What is the biggest archaeological site in the world?



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    Samarra is one of the largest archaeological sites in the world. “Samarra is located on the east bank of the middle Tigris in Iraq, 125 km north of Baghdad,  Between 836 (221 H) and 892 (279 H) it was the capital of the Abbasid Caliphs. Samarra expanded to an occupied area of 57 km², one of the largest cities of ancient times, whose remains of collapsed pisé and brick walls are still largely visible.”

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