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Hamid Abdullah – A landscape designer in Kurdistan

Hamid Abdullah is a Kurdish landscape architect. He introduces us to his homeland, an autonomous region of Iraq, which has had a long and bloody struggle for independence. He talks about the landscape and its place in Kurdish culture and his work for the Lemon Tree Trust who work on creating gardens in the refugee camps that house many in the region.

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