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Book City Institute is one of the organizers of the event.
Art And Culture

Italian Translation Workshop

Book City Institute will hold a two-day Italian translation workshop on January 19-20 at its cultural center in Tehran.
The free workshop titled ‘Translation in Italian’ is being organized under the auspices of the International Cultural Center of Book City Institute, the Italian Embassy and Azad University.
The venue of the workshop is located on Ahmad Qassir Street, north of Beheshti Street, the website of Book City, bookcity.org reported.
On January 19, the workshop will be held from 10 am-12 noon and 2-4 pm. On the following day, it will run from 10 am-12 noon and from 2-5 pm.
Italian lecturer, translator and teacher, Nadia Marazzi and translator Francesco Testa will conduct the workshop on the first day.
From the Iranian side, translator, essayist and teacher Nadia Moaveni, as well as translators and teachers Zahra Rafatnejad and Hanieh Inanlou, Azadeh Asgari, Haleh Nazemi and Mozhgan Mehran will conduct the proceedings on the second day.
Participants attending the workshop will receive certificates.

 

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