Wadi al-Salam cemetery in Iraq is considered the world’s biggest cemetery.
Sprawling over 602 hectares, the site contains over 5 million graves.
Those buried at Wadi al-Salam are mostly Shia Muslims, according to the BBC, among whom are victims of ISIL.
The cemetery is located in the Shia holy city of Najaf and its name translates to “Valley of Peace”.
This drone footage was taken by an Iraqi student and described as Wadi al-Salam cemetery.
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