Ready to share experiences with other holy shrines: Deputy
Friday , 03/01/2019 - 06:09
سعید مهرپویا
Saeed Mehr Pouya, deputy for planning and programming affairs at organization of sanctuary of Imam Reza (AS) holy shrine, announced the center’s readiness for sharing its experiences of art and Islamic-Iranian architecture with other sacred places around the world.
Saeed Mehr Pouya, deputy for planning and programming affairs at organization of sanctuary of Imam Reza (AS) holy shrine, announced the center’s readiness for sharing its experiences of art and Islamic-Iranian architecture with other sacred places around the world. 
 
Mehr Pouya made the remarks on the sideline of the second forum on holy shrines’ art and architecture in contemporary era held in AQR’s Islamic Researches Foundation. AQR is the body in charge of Imam Reza (AS) holy shrine. 

He added that cooperating with other scientific and research affiliations of AQR for about two years, Development Organization of the holy shrine has paved the way for arrangement of this forum so that knowledge and experiences of the Imam Reza’s (AS) holy shrine can be shared for the development of other sacred premises.

Development of holy shrines in Iraq are serious concerns today, with respect to the Arab country’s recent developments and regime change. Mehr Pouya further noted that a group of talented Iranian artists and architects attended these places and shared their teachings, experiences and knowledge for the development of these shrines. 

He further stated that such experiences will help other holy shrines and we are ready to convey experiences of this kind to other sacred places.  

Mehr Pouya said the first meeting was held last year to get other shrines acquainted with achievements of AQR; this year’s forum is held for two days with reviewing experiences in development of holy shrines as its main theme.

Mehr Pouya concluded his remarks saying, over nine lecturers will deliver their speeches on different areas in this event so that the artists, architects and designers can share their knowledge about development and operation in holy shrines.
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