Isfahan Home of Jewish Polish Children

Emphasizing on concluding the sister city agreement with one of the Polish cities, Reza Nikpour Khoshgroudi, the head of Iran-Poland Friendship Association, said in the "Nostalgia tourism" meeting, "If we are seeking for boom in the tourism industry, we should pay attention to sister city agreements. Such conventions are not merely names or titles, but they can bring the prosperity to many various fields such as handicrafts markets, communication between citizens, and consequently lead to solving many social and political problems."

Iran (IMNA) - "Poland and Iran have diplomatic relations for more than 500 years; Poland can be considered as a friendship pilot in the heart of Europe. The relations between Iran and Poland include different aspects and not limited to that in the World War II. There is a long history behind the two countries' relation; for e.g. even railway wagons had been imported from Poland in 70 years ago," he added.

Proposing the suggestion of naming April 5 as the Isfahan-Poland Friendship Day, he noted, "The first group of Polish children arrived to Isfahan on this day; the date can be registered as an important occasion."

"Like what we have for Isfahan, the phrase of "Poland is half the world" is also popular in Poland; as Isfahani people consider their city as the half world, Polish people call their own country as the half world as well," Alireza Dolatshahi said.

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