Isfahan (IP) - Coinciding with the start of the 33rd International Film Festival for Children and Youth in Isfahan, a children's celebration of butterflies' smiles was held at Imam Hossein (AS) Hospital in Isfahan, central Iran.

Iran PressIran news: A group of Isfahani artists attended a children's celebration of butterfly smiles for sick children, including COVID-19 infected patients, at Imam Hossein (AS) Hospital on Monday evening.

The 33rd Isfahan International Film Festival for Children and Youth, under the influence of the COVID-19, has started virtually with the motto of "Every house is a cinema and every child is a judge" and is supposed to provide happy moments for children and adolescents for six days (October 18- 23, 2020).

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Isfahan hosts Butterflies smile celebration for COVID-19 patients, Photo: Zahra Baghban
Isfahan hosts Butterflies smile celebration for COVID-19 patients, Photo: Zahra Baghban
Isfahan hosts Butterflies smile celebration for COVID-19 patients, Photo :  Zahra Baghban
Isfahan hosts Butterflies smile celebration for COVID-19 patients, Photo: Zahra Baghban
Isfahan hosts Butterflies smile celebration for COVID-19 patients, Photo: Zahra Baghban
Isfahan hosts Butterflies smile celebration for COVID-19 patients, Photo: Zahra Baghban
Isfahan hosts Butterflies smile celebration for COVID-19 patients, Photo: Zahra Baghban
Isfahan hosts Butterflies smile celebration for COVID-19 patients, Photo: Zahra Baghban
Isfahan hosts Butterflies smile celebration for COVID-19 patients, Photo: Zahra Baghban
Isfahan hosts Butterflies smile celebration for COVID-19 patients, Photo: Zahra Baghban
Isfahan hosts Butterflies smile celebration for COVID-19 patients, Photo: Zahra Baghban
Isfahan hosts Butterflies smile celebration for COVID-19 patients, Photo: Zahra Baghban