Rome (IP) - A photo exhibition of Kermanshah historical monuments is underway at Sapienza University in Rome, the capital of Italy.

Iran PressEurope: This exhibition has been held within the framework of the signing of a memorandum of cooperation between the director-General of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Department of Kermanshah Province and Sapienza University to document some historical monuments of Kermanshah province in western Iran.

Speaking to IranPress on the sidelines of the exhibition, University President Antonella Polimeri expressed hope that the cooperation with Iran would continue for years to come.

Carlo Cereti, a professor of Iranology at Sapienza University said that the purpose of the exhibition was a memorandum of understanding between the two countries to document the Silk Road within the Kermanshah area.

Iran's ambassador to Italy, Hamid Bayat, also said that cultural cooperation between Iran and Italy is one of the most important axes of relations between the two countries.

The historical monuments of the Silk Road, including Firoozabad Palace, Zij Manijeh, Chahartaghi Fire Temple, Khosrow Mansion, Sorkheh Dizeh, Nahr Shahdar, Zij Anzal, Anubani petroglyph, Maryam Castle, and Yazdgerd Castle are documented by the Italian side.

The photos on display are related to the Sassanid era and the exhibition will be open until January 8, 2021.


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