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One-Day Tehran City Tour – SURFIRAN

Tehran is home to roughly 14 million people. It’s a distinctive part of both ancient Persian culture and modern history, a political stronghold and the heart of the Middle East. Let us tell you why you should visit this extraordinary place before it’s too late.

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7-Day Iran Tour: Best of Persia

The rich Persian culture and history and its warm-hearted people have always drawn travelers from all over the world to Iran. Although it has been a bit isolated from the rest of the world for the past few decades, it’s now opening its doors to all of those who cannot afford to miss the chance to visit Iran, the cradle of civilization.

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German Musicians to Hold Workshops in Tehran

The workshops, which will be organized by Iran’s Rudaki Foundation in collaboration with the Embassy of Germany and the Goethe-Institut, will take place at the Rudaki Foundation from August 27 to 30, some Persian media have announced.

Participants in the workshops will also give performances in groups and alone. The performances will be judged by Detterbeck and Schumacher as well as by votes from the audiences, Tehran Times reported.

First place winner will receive a gold medal, and accommodations to attend a free workshop course by Detterbeck and to perform a joint concert in Bensheim, Germany.

The second and third place musicians will receive silver and bronze medals.

The organizers will also provide an opportunity for all the winners to take part in EUROPA CANTAT, a prestigious festival that is organized every year by the European Choral Association in Tallinn in Estonia, and the Harmonie Festival in Limburg-Lindenholzhausen, Germany in 2017.

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German Troupe to Perform Shadow Puppetry for Children in Tehran

According to Teran Times, German director Peter Muller and his colleague puppeteer Marie Feldt will perform the play for the children, while they will be attending two workshops, which have been arranged for the teachers of the institute on August 25 and 26.

“A King’s Journey” is an adventurous journey around half the world with more than 60 shadow figures.

“The story is set in a special country, a country where all the citizens wear watering cans and umbrellas. On weekdays, also on weekends, all the time, in fact. It seems to be the law. The country also has a king who is quite remarkable. He had never left his castle before, and when one day the tower falls apart, the king tumbles down through the earth to the other side!

“Ms. Care, the women who looks after him, also falls. Having arrived on the other side of the earth, both of them want to go home. This means traveling halfway around the world! But for someone like our king this is not easy at all,” reads part of the synopsis of the play.

The troupe has so far performed the play in many countries including France, Spain, Italy, Denmark, Austria and Serbia.

The National Center of ASSITEJ (the International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People) in Iran in collaboration with the German Embassy in Tehran have organized the program.

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Tehran to Host AIBD Meeting

The 15th AIBD General Conference and Associated Meetings will also be held on the margins of the event, Abbas Naseri-Taheri, an advisor to the IRIB director, said in a press release on Sunday.

“About 60 foreign guests coming from 17 countries are expected to attend the conference. A number of meetings have been arranged for the participating guests and the AIBD Awards Winners of 2016 will also be announced at the inauguration ceremony,” he added.

“The conference will be a good chance for IRIB to introduce its potentials to the member countries. They will also visit different departments and sections, and will closely look at the technical abilities of the organization,” he added.

The AIBD General Conference (GC) and its Associated Meetings is the annual official gathering of the Institute.

Member Countries, affiliates and partners will have an opportunity to review a number of activities and projects that AIBD has implemented over the past year and also to look into future projects, Tehran Times repoted.

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