The exhibition features 16 graphic works on the theme of Islamic Revolution and its significance in Iran’s contemporary history, said a provincial official.
According to Darius Alizadeh, the show will be underway until February 19.
Imam Khomeini, late founder of the Islamic Republic, and his role in the victory of the Islamic Revolution, the unity of different tribes and ethnic groups, Islamic Revolution and its fight against global terrorism, and the status of Islamic Revolution in Iranian society and neighboring countries as a social and religious identity are among the topics displayed in the exhibition.
On Tuesday, Iran began celebrations to commemorate the 43rd anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, which overthrew the Western-backed Pahlavi regime.
Source: Iran Daily