Go To See , Iraq – The content creator (YouTuber) and American tourist David Hoffman visited Iraq, as part of his plan, which he seeks to achieve by visiting 197 countries in the world, and toured Baghdad, Najaf, Samarra, Dhi Qar, Basra and Babylon, and in other archaeological and religious sites, according to a report by the Sanad Agency for Monitoring and Verification in Al Jazeera Network.

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David posted, through his own accounts, on the Instagram and Twitter platforms, a number of videos and photos through the “Rails” and “Al-Asturi” properties, in which he talks about his tour in Iraq, and shares with his followers his eating of famous Iraqi dishes such as masgouf fish, fatty sweetness, taman (rice) and value, and his visit to Najaf. And an exploratory tour in a small boat in the marshes of southern Iraq.

David wrote a banner in English on a photo he took of Samarra’s archaeological site behind him, “Don’t listen to what they say…Go see,” referring to supporting tourism in Iraq and encouraging international adventurers to visit Mesopotamia.

David wrote on a video he posted on his Instagram account during his visit to the ruins of Babylon, “It was my dream since childhood to visit Babylon, it is worth enduring two hours of time and a temperature of 47 degrees Celsius to highlight the landmarks.”

The Iraqi cheerful voices had a share of David’s content, as the American tourist posted a video clip of an old Iraqi man from the people of Dhi Qar singing Mawla in the manner of the people of the marshes.

The American “YouTuber” expressed his admiration for the Iraqi masgouf fish, saying, “A dish from Mesopotamia… the Iraqi national dish, it is very delicious.”

David wrote on a video he posted on his Instagram account during his visit to the ruins of Babylon, “It was my dream since childhood to visit Babylon, it is worth enduring two hours of time and a temperature of 47 degrees Celsius to highlight the landmarks.” The Iraqi cheerful voices had a share of David’s content, as the American tourist posted a video clip of an old Iraqi man from the people of Dhi Qar singing Mawla in the manner of the people of the marshes. The American “YouTuber” expressed his admiration for the Iraqi masgouf fish, saying, “A dish from Mesopotamia… the Iraqi national dish, it is very delicious.”

David Hoffman Biography

David Albert Huffman (August 9, 1925 – October 7, 1999) was a pioneer in computer science, known for creating Huffman’s coding and also one of the pioneers in the field of mathematical origami. David Hoffman died at the age of 74 after a 10-month battle with cancer on October 7, 1999. In 1944, Hoffman earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Ohio State University, and then served two years as an officer in the United States Navy. He returned to Ohio to earn a master’s degree in electrical engineering in 1949. In 1953 he received a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), his thesis titled The Synthesis of Sequential Switching Circuits, supervised by Samuel H. Caldwell.

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