Cathedral Sayidat-al-Najat (Baghdad)
Baghdad, Iraq
The cathedral, constructed between 1965 and 1968, "in the district of Al Karadah al Sharquiya (Arkhetah), at 39 meters above sea level, and approximately 600 meters away from the Eastern Bank of the Tigris River.  It replaced a church originally constructed in 1952. 

In 2010 the cathedral was badly damaged in a terror attack that also killed 58, included the priest.  It has since been restored and was visited by Pope Francis on March 5, 2021. 

Sources: 

AlTaher, Nada. “Pope Francis's Iraq Itinerary: the Full Schedule.” The National, March 2, 2021. https://www.thenationalnews.com/mena/iraq/pope-francis-s-iraq-itinerary-the-full-schedule-1.1172293. Archived at: https://perma.cc/X58E-RAM 

“Cathedral Sayidat Al Najat (Our Lady of the Salvation or Our Lady of Perpetual Help) in Baghdad.” Mesopotamia Heritage. Accessed March 6, 2021. https://www.mesopotamiaheritage.org/en/monuments/la-cathedrale-sayidat-al-najatte-notre-dame-du-salut-ou-notre-dame-du-perpetuel-secours-de-bagdad/. Archived at: https://perma.cc/BEG5-DATZ 

Location
Baghdad, Iraq
Events
1952 construction of original church
construction of the cathedral
partial destruction in terror attack
Variant Names
Kanisa Sayidat al-Nejat
Transliterated
Our Lady of Deliverance Cathedral (Baghdad)
Translated
كاتدرائية سيدة النجاة‎
Original
Cathedral Sayidat-al-Najat (Baghdad)
Our Lady of Salvation Cathedral
Alternate
Building Usages
cathedral
religious
church
religious