Shaduppum is an archaeological site in . Nowadays, it lies within the borders of modern . Shaduppum is situated in , close to .

Notable Places in the Area

Archaeological site
, inscribed Di-ni-ik-tumKI, was a middle bronze-age town located somewhere in the lower Diyala region of Mesopotamia, on the river downstream from Upi and close to the northern border of Elam. is situated 2½ km southeast of Shaduppum.

is an All-seater multi-purpose stadium in . is situated 3½ km northwest of Shaduppum. Photo: Kari0t, CC BY-SA 4.0.

The Apostolic Nuncio to Iraq is the representative of the Holy See in . is situated 3½ km west of Shaduppum.

Localities in the Area

or Al-Rasafa is one of the nine administrative districts in , , on the eastern side of the .

or Baghdad Al-Jidida is one of nine administrative districts in , .

is the capital of and one of the largest cities in the Arab world, and compared to its large population it has a small area at just 673 square kilometers. Photo: Marduksumer, Public domain.


33.3099° or 33° 18' 35.7" north
44.4667° or 44° 27' 59.9" east
35 metres (115 feet)
Geo­Names ID

Also Known As

  • Arabic: تل حرمل
  • Arabic: شادوبوم
  • Dutch: Shaduppum
  • English: Tell Harmal
  • French: Shaduppum
  • French: Tell Harmal
  • Hebrew: שדופום
  • Persian: تپه حرمل
  • Sa-du-pu-um
  • Tall Harmal
  • Tall Ḩarmal
  • Tell Harmel

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