Our project, Kurdistan Street View from Google Maps, allows people around the globe to explore and witness the breathtaking scenery, the continuous development, the unique but diverse culture, and all the opportunities for investment, tourism, and exploration that currently go unseen. The project tries to show the lively nature of this region that can plant hope in the midst of calamity.
The initial plan is to start from the big cities of Kurdistan, Sulaimani, Erbil, and Duhok, respectively, and include the nearby natural scenery such as the mountains, the valleys, and thousands-of-years-old caves. Geographically, these big cities of Kurdistan bring together the different cultural, societal, and architectural tastes of major traditions of civilization. The cultural prominence and pioneering characters of the cities bring a chance to replicate the project in other parts of the Kurdistan region in the case of support from Google.
We want every individual to save time with free guides and geographical information to find multiple directions and experiences that are most accurate and appropriate to their desired destinations.
The Kurdistan Region of Iraq is an interesting destination for tourists from around the world. We want to help our honored tourists to discover hundreds of interesting places/experiences in the Kurdistan region.
We want our community service project to benefit every individual in the local communities. For this reason, we help non-users to engage in our program through education programs and more effective teaching practices.
Additionally, the regional government will have strong interest in our academic support since it has been working on establishing a postal code system. The data from the scanning conducted for this project can be used to augment the government’s geographical information data.
We believe that this project is what the government, businesses, and the civil society has been waiting for and it is time to get started, for the benefit of all.
If you are interested in getting involved, or finding out more about the project, please, contact us.