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The Baghdad Clock is a public building located near the Green Zone, in Baghdad, Iraq. Prior to 2003 the building was employed as a museum and featured a large clock tower. However, the building was heavily damaged during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. It was reconstructed later and is now the seat of the Supreme Court of Iraq.
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