Historical Expos Overseas Not Aimed for Revenue
Historical Expos Overseas Not Aimed for Revenue
Monday, July 02, 2018

Historical Expos Overseas Not Aimed for Revenue

Monday, July 02, 2018

Historical Expos Overseas Not Aimed for Revenue

Exhibitions of Iranian historical relics in foreign museums are not aimed to earn revenue, but to promote Iran's image at international level as a country steeped in culture and civilization.
Elaborating on the policy behind mutual cultural and historical events, Jebreil Nokandeh, head of the National Museum of Iran, emphasized that the events are not meant to raise income out of public shows, Mehr News Agency reported.
"Featuring Iranian items in foreign museums, which is a rather new trend, directs the visitor's attention toward Iran's rich history and culture, besides providing material for archaeological research," Nokandeh said.


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