Unique historical objects unveiled in Chehel Sotoun palace

New vitrines and unique historical objects of Chehel Sotoun palace in Isfahan have been unveiled after 50 years.

Iran (IMNA) – "Considering the launching of Chehel Sotoun museum in 1948, some vitrines have been embedded in the halls of Chehel Sotoun palace, and historical objects in the storage of this historical palace have been displayed for tourists in different periods of time," Asefeh Badr, the manager of  Chehel Sotoun museum said.

"Considering the necessity of optimizing the museum of global complex of Chehel Sotoun palace, old independent vitrines have been changed in this museum, and new vitrines have been placed in their own right position, consistent with the 40th anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution," she noted. "We are trying to display objects that are less exposed to tourists and cultural heritage lovers in new vitrines," she continued.

"The opening ceremony of the new exhibition of the museum was held at the site of Chehel Sotoun palace with the presence of Sirdar Rahmat Elahi, the governor of the Cultural Heritage Conservation Unit and provincial authorities  as well," she also said.

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