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Art And Cultural Places


Kermanshah Museum, Kermanshah

Wednesday, 02 January 2008 07:27 administrator
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The said aggregate in one of the religious and historical structures of the Qajar period granted to the then Ministry of Culture by the family of Moavenol Molk.. A major portion of this edifice has undergone repairs by the cultural Heritage Organization with impressions or portraits of clergies and mystics. It comprises of three sections named as Hosseinieh, Zeinabieh and Abbasieh. The Abbasieh section with tile-work walls, adorned with paintings of scientists, mystics, poets and kings comprises of two floors. The second floor is devoted to the anthropology museum. The first floor is the archaeological section of the museum.
 

Local Music and Dances, Kermanshah

Wednesday, 02 January 2008 07:26 administrator
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Kurdish music, at first was epic and heroic. Verse-readers who were the most ancient Kurdestan composers were often illiterate. But since earlier centuries till today heroic iran have been converted to poem and composition accompanied with the melodies of the kettle drum and trumpet. Later on, melodies, tunes and heroic tunes entered Kurdish music: The types of Kurdish instruments in Kermanshah are as follows:
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Local and Regional Foods, Kermanshah

Wednesday, 02 January 2008 07:23 administrator
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In urban and rural areas and among the tribes of Kermanshah different types of local food can be seen. Out of which we can point out soups, side dishes, broth and different breads, different kinds of Aash, Koofteh Berenji, Khamkoo, Shami Kabab, Shirdaq, Shiriej, Kashkak, Halim Goosht, Qormeh, etc.
 

Handicrafts and Souvenirs, Kermanshah

Wednesday, 02 January 2008 07:20 administrator
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Kermanshah since long has been one of the most famous handicrafts centers of Iran. The most important handicrafts and gifts of the province that mainly are produced by the villagers and tribes are:
     Carpet, Kilim, Jajims or a loosely woven material, Kitchen implements, traditional kitchen wares and wooden articles, Giveh (local shoes), metal engraving, glassware, felt and leather products, and its famous sweet-meat mainly Kak.