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33 minutes ago, shiaman14 said:

This is my dream. Who is with me?

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Theoretically, how would one go about doing this?

I think you might be able to drive all the way until you reach Syria. The road between Iraq and Syria is blocked for understandable reasons.

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10 minutes ago, E.L King said:

I think you might be able to drive all the way until you reach Syria. The road between Iraq and Syria is blocked for understandable reasons.

its a dream for now and part of the dream is that Syria gets opened up again.

Otherwise, we can take the long route Istanbul --> Ankara --> Tehran --> Najaf --> Karbala

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7 minutes ago, Marbles said:

I'm with you!

Travel on trains all the way to Tehran. From there to Karbala and Najaf by bus.

 

I didn't think about trains. What a fantastic idea?

It's just a dream (for now) but one day inshallah.

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53 minutes ago, shiaman14 said:

I didn't think about trains. What a fantastic idea?

It's just a dream (for now) but one day inshallah.

In fact you can start making an itinerary!

www.seat61.com

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