Sarajevo (IP) - A vibrant cultural festival will be held in Bosnia and Herzegovina from February 5th to 15th, in celebration of the 45th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution of Iran.

Iran PressEurope: The event, organized by the Iranian embassy's cultural attaché in collaboration with the cooperation of Islamic Culture and Communications Organization, the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, the artistic section of the Islamic Development Organization, the Farabi Cinema Foundation and the Municipality of Novi Grad Sarajevo, the National Theater of Mostar and the Municipality of Kakani and Mostar, aims to introduce the diverse and rich traditions of Iranian culture to Bosnian audiences.

The festival promises a captivating program. Traditional music enthusiasts can delight in the performances of the renowned Bisotun tambourine group, who will be bringing their lively sounds to Sarajevo, Mostar, and Kakani.

Cinephiles can immerse themselves in four acclaimed Iranian films, including "The Romanticism of Emad and Touba," "Sara and Aida," and "Hanas and Hoze Nghashi," which will be screened with Bosnian subtitles.

Beyond music and cinema, the festival will feature a captivating photo exhibition showcasing Iran's scientific, research, and cultural achievements. This exhibition, hosted at the Farhadiye Gallery in Sarajevo on the National Day of the Islamic Republic of Iran, promises to be a visually stunning exploration of the nation's rich heritage.

The Iran Cultural Days Festival serves as a valuable platform for cultural exchange and understanding between Iran and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

By offering a glimpse into the beauty and depth of Iranian traditions, the festival fosters connections between the two nations and celebrates the shared love of music, art, and cultural expression.

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