TEHRAN (IFILM) -- Iran and China are set to hold a joint stamps exhibition at the Post and Communications Museum in Tehran.
The joint exhibition will make the second cultural event on the field of stamps in the current Iranian calendar (to be ended on March 20, 2022).
Two commemorative stamps depicting Guangji Bridge in China and Khajoo Bridge in Isfahan were recently unveiled during a ceremony to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Ambassadors of a number of countries, ministers, and head of Iran National Post Company attended the opening ceremony.
“Selected as representatives of bridges in the two countries, China’s Guangji Bridge is an open-and-close style bateau bridge, parts of which are connected by floating boats that can be opened to let the ships get across, while the Khajoo Bridge, located in Iran’s Isfahan, features a multi-functional structure, which not only spans the Zayandehrud, but also acts as a weir and a recreational building,” writes New China News Agency.
Organized in cooperation with the Research Institute of Cultural Heritage & Tourism, Post and Communications Museum and Iran National Post Company, the exhibition will be held from January 10-14, 2022.