The head of the tourism, pilgrimage, and cultural heritage faction of the parliament said that the link between cultural heritage and Museum Tours is inseparable.
He said that: We hope that this year, by controlling the coronavirus, museums can be revived so that the tourism industry can benefit.
Mohammad Reza Dashti Ardakani in a message while congratulating the Cultural Heritage Week, said: “The cultural heritage of our country, as the identity of this land, speaks of the culture and identity of its people and has a long history of civilization on this planet and could be well presented by Museum Tours.
He added: “This legacy reminds us that we are Iranians and that being Iranian is a precious legacy that the present generation must entrust to the future. This generation could learn more by going on our Museum Tours.
We are entrusted with this serious responsibility that is itself a beacon to walk through this ancient tradition by planning tours in museums.”
The head of the Tourism, Pilgrimage and Cultural Heritage Faction of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, stating that the tangible and intangible cultural heritage of Iran; The highest component of this land is to introduce Iran to the world, said: “The link between Museum Tours and this legacy can be understood in any language and there is no need for any intermediary to present it.”
Stating that the connection between cultural heritage and Museum Tours is essential, he said: “Museum as a window to history, emerges the most beautiful view of Iran and is always considered as a major component in the development of countries.”
Dashti Ardakani, stating that May 18 as World Museum Day and the beginning of Cultural Heritage Week is a good excuse to redouble this important and hopeful connection to see how well we could improve our Museum Tours and enthuse people to visit museums.
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