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Syria exhibits Iranian paintings

syria exhibits iranian paintings

Iran's cultural office in Damascus has held an exhibition of paintings by contemporary Iranian artists, in the Syrian capital.

According to IRNA, the 15-day event displays 23 artworks, on loan from Iranian museums, at the Al-Mazzeh Center.

Syria's Deputy Culture Minister Muhammad Taraki al-Seyid and representative of Iran's cultural attaché Mehdi Khaledzadeh attended the opening of the exhibition on March 30, 2010.

‘The exhibited artworks are manifestations of Iran's rich civilization and contemporary art,’ Al-Seyid told IRNA.

Holding such events can improve cultural relations between the two countries, he added.

The displayed items were previously showcased in Italy, Britain and the Netherlands.

Source: presstv.ir


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