What Is the Present Day Name of Mesopotamia?

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Mesopotamia was a name of a given area and not a country. The name came from the ancient Greek root words meaning a land between rivers Euphrates and Tigris which both originate from Armenia Mountains in modern-day Turkey. The name of Mesopotamia today is eastern Syria. It was also considered the home of civilisation around the world.
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The name of the present day Mesopotamia is parts of Iraq and Syria. It lies between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. It is also known for being the oldest civilizations in the world.
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