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Afghanistan is the cultural treasure of the ECO region and the world

Afghanistan is the cultural treasure of the ECO region and the world
The exhibition "Rahmat-al-lel-Alamin" by Afghan artists based in Iran, showcasing visual arts focused on the theme of the Holy Prophet of Islam (PBUH), opened on Monday evening, February 28, 2022 at the ECO Cultural Institute Gallery in Tehran.
According to the ECO Cultural Institute Public Relations, the exhibition opened in the presence of Prof. Sarvar Bakhti, President, the ECO Cultural Institute, Mr. Abdul Qayum Soleimani, Chargé d'Affaires, the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Tehran, Mr. Mansour Haji, Director General, Bureau for Aliens and Foreign Immigrants Affairs of Tehran Governorate, Dr. Esmaeily fard, Executive Director, ECO Cultural Institute, Mr. Heidari, Deputy Director General, Bureau for Aliens and Foreign Immigrants Affairs of Tehran Governorate, Afghan artists, poets and cultural figures.
Mr. Sarvar Bakhti, while warmly welcoming the guests of the exhibition, stated: “Afghanistan is the cultural treasure of our region and the world. Every area in this geography (Afghanistan) is full of significant figures in culture, literature and arts that we are proud of them. Afghanistan has always been represented by its greatest people in human civilization.
According to the Public Relations of the ECO Cultural Institute, on the occasion of Mab'as Feast, the exhibition has been jointly organized by the ECO Cultural Institute, the Bureau for Aliens and Foreign Immigrants Affairs of Tehran Governorate and iFilm 2 TV channel, showcasing pieces of visual arts, calligraphy, painting and photography on the theme of the Holy Prophet of Islam, the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).
In this exhibition, 71 magnificent works by 34 prominent Afghan artists would be on display.
The exhibition is open to the public, and those interested can visit the ECO Cultural Institute at 10, Baqer Al-Nemer St., Movahed Danesh St. (Aqdasiyeh), Tehran, on March 2-6, 2021, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (except for public holidays).
 
 

 

 

 
Feb 28, 2022 23:43
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