Iran to hold 23rd International Holy Quran Exhibition

2015-06-24 04:50:11 | Al Muslim News
Iran to hold 23rd International Holy Quran Exhibition
The International Quran Exhibition 2015 will be held from June 24 to July 14 at Holy Defense Museum, Tehran.

 

Iran is preparing to hold the 23rd edition of its International Quran Exhibition, hosting Iranian and international scholars and artists in the capital Tehran.

In this edition of the event, about 20 artists from different countries, such as Iraq, Syria, Indonesia, Turkey, the Netherlands, and New Zealand, will showcase their works, Press TV reported.

The art section of the exhibition will hold various workshops and display paintings, calligraphy works, calligraphy paintings, conceptual artworks, and photographs by 114 veteran and young artists.

Visitors will also get the chance to see a number of exquisite Qura’nic manuscripts and take part in forums held to illustrate the role of the Holy Qur'an in building an Islamic lifestyle.

The 2015 International Qur’an Exhibition will be held from June 24 to July 14 at Tehran’s Holy Defense Museum.

 

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