Monday, 16 March, 2020

Iran’s Cultural Week Opens in Algeria

The 2nd Iran’s cultural week opened in the city of Constantine, northern Algeria on Friday in the presence of Iranian and Algerian cultural officials.


The ceremony attended by head of Islamic Culture and Communications Organization and Algerian culture minister, IRNA reported.


During the week-long event, the art works of several Iranian artists including director Behrouz Afkhami, script writer Marjan Shirmohammadi, composer and instrumentalist Keivan Saket as well as number of Iranian craftsmen will be put on display.


The programs during the event include screening cinematic works of Afkhami and Reza Mir Karimi on the first days, performing traditional music conducted by Saket, exhibiting handicrafts and paintings and book fair.


The first Iran’s Culture Week in Algeria was held in 2007.


Iran is known worldwide as an ancient country with a 7,000-year old civilization and rich literature, arts and architecture.

(Photos by Davoud Hosseini, Irna)

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