The Iranian Children’s Cultural Week in Turkmenistan 2004

Upated on :January 24, 2004

Country: Eshghabad and Marv cities, Turkmenistan

Date: 2004

Delegates: Ali Akbar Abdollahi, Ghaffar Arghiani


The Iranian children’s Cultural Week was held in Eshghabad and Marv by the General Office of Culture and Islamic Guidance of Northern Khorasan and by the cooperation between Kanoon Center in Khorasan and the Iran’s Cultural Counselor in Turkmenistan.


In the exhibition called “From Adam to Mohammad”, various local traditional clothes in Iran worn in Dara and Sara dolls, Collage tableaus, Iranian children’s paintings, metric paintings on Iranian customs and ceremonies and a pottery gallery were exhibited.


A painting stand on the subject of Iran-Turkmenistan friendship and their cultural commonalities, a handcraft stand (Papers and Folds), and a literary project on Iranian and Turkmen children’s interaction were held.

Sidelong Exhibitions:

Turkmen children and teens exhibited their 637 paintings at the painting stand from among which 16 paintings were chosen as the best paintings and 67 paintings were selected to be applauded.

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