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Art And Cultural Places


Sanandaj Museum, Sanandaj

Friday, 04 January 2008 08:55 administrator
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 The province of Kurdestan has only one archaeological and anthropological musem. The said is in Salar Seyed Edifice in the city of Sanandaj. Various relics from the region of Kurdestan, as well as other parts of Iran are housed here. Besides public holidays and Mondays, the same is open to public throughout the week.
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Local Music and Dances, Kurdestan

Friday, 04 January 2008 08:48 administrator
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 Kurdish music so to speak spells notes well intermingling with the life, culture, historical, music and religious beliefs of the people. The Hooreh or Ahoura melody is a distinct example of such music. Some of the musical instruments used are named as, the tambourine, drum, kettledrum and flute including others.
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Handicrafts and Souvenirs, Kurdestan

Friday, 04 January 2008 08:48 administrator
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 At present, throughout the rural and urban regions of the province a great number of inhabitants are engaged in producing different handicraft articles. The most important of these are, decorative or simple type of material used by moslems during prayers known as Janamaz.
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