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Exhibition to showcase Netherlands’ cultural relics in Tehran

Tehran, Netherlands' culture-historical relics exhibition will be held in the Iranian capital city of Tehran in early October, said the head of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicraft and Tourism Organization.

Over 300 culture-historical antiquities will be displayed in the exhibition, Ali Asghar Mounesan said.

Most of the relics in Netherlands; narrated by Drents museum are made in 18-20th century, Mounesan added.

He emphasized maintaining cultural relations with other countries and said, Such events confirm Iran's will to establish dynamic cultural ties with other nations around the world.

An exhibition of the artifacts from National Museum of Iran called Iran; The cradle of civilization is underway in Drents Museum.

300 historical artifacts related to Islamic civilization from Iran, Egypt, Iraq, Syria, and Morocco are also on display in The Hague, Netherlands.

In another event, British Museum will hold an exhibition in Tehran in late spring, 2019.

The 160-year-old Drents Museum is located in the city of Assen in northeastern Netherlands.

Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA

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