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Permanent Art Exhibit Opens at Kabul's Ethnographic Research Museum

A permanent exhibition of artistic works has been organized by the Firozkoh institution at the Ethnographic Research Museum of the Academy of Sciences in Kabul.

In this exhibition, seventy artworks, including jewelry, miniature works, engravings, and calligraphy, are on display.

Firozkoh's artworks have been permanently transferred to this museum to pass on culture to future generations.

"Today's exhibition includes all sections. About seventy artworks from various fields are permanently exhibited in this exhibition," said Ahmad Jawid Paaya, the head of higher education for architecture and arts at the Firozkoh Institute.

Meanwhile, Amir Jan Saqib, deputy head of the Academy of Science, said that another museum, which will include more than 2,500 artifacts, is set to be transferred to this museum. Saqib also pledged that cultural and historical artifacts, symbols of the unity and solidarity of the people, will be well-preserved in the Academy of Sciences.

"This is the historical heritage of Afghanistan and a symbol of the culture and unity of the Afghan tribes, and God willing, it will be preserved in the Academy of Sciences for future generations," said the deputy head of natural sciences at the Academy of Sciences.

Officials at the Academy of Sciences have also called for greater awareness about the ethnographic museum among citizens by the Firozkoh institution.

"The Firozkoh Institute must coordinate with the Academy of Sciences of Afghanistan to ensure attention is given to the ethnographic museum and raise awareness in all universities and schools in Afghanistan to visit the ethnographic museum," said Mohammad Alam Ishaqzai, the deputy head of human sciences at the Academy of Sciences.

Currently, the Ethnographic Research Museum houses thousands of artifacts that represent the culture and traditions of the thirty-four provinces.

Permanent Art Exhibit Opens at Kabul's Ethnographic Research Museum

In this exhibition, seventy artworks, including jewelry, miniature works, engravings, and calligraphy, are on display.

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A permanent exhibition of artistic works has been organized by the Firozkoh institution at the Ethnographic Research Museum of the Academy of Sciences in Kabul.

In this exhibition, seventy artworks, including jewelry, miniature works, engravings, and calligraphy, are on display.

Firozkoh's artworks have been permanently transferred to this museum to pass on culture to future generations.

"Today's exhibition includes all sections. About seventy artworks from various fields are permanently exhibited in this exhibition," said Ahmad Jawid Paaya, the head of higher education for architecture and arts at the Firozkoh Institute.

Meanwhile, Amir Jan Saqib, deputy head of the Academy of Science, said that another museum, which will include more than 2,500 artifacts, is set to be transferred to this museum. Saqib also pledged that cultural and historical artifacts, symbols of the unity and solidarity of the people, will be well-preserved in the Academy of Sciences.

"This is the historical heritage of Afghanistan and a symbol of the culture and unity of the Afghan tribes, and God willing, it will be preserved in the Academy of Sciences for future generations," said the deputy head of natural sciences at the Academy of Sciences.

Officials at the Academy of Sciences have also called for greater awareness about the ethnographic museum among citizens by the Firozkoh institution.

"The Firozkoh Institute must coordinate with the Academy of Sciences of Afghanistan to ensure attention is given to the ethnographic museum and raise awareness in all universities and schools in Afghanistan to visit the ethnographic museum," said Mohammad Alam Ishaqzai, the deputy head of human sciences at the Academy of Sciences.

Currently, the Ethnographic Research Museum houses thousands of artifacts that represent the culture and traditions of the thirty-four provinces.

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