Tous a Globalized City to Be

Alireza Qiamati wrote in support of the globalization of Tous: this city is the most epic in the world; Few cities and regions in the world can be found that, like the city, have nurtured so many great epics.

According to ISNA, a campaign was formed by some cultural activists to try to register Tous globally, where the tomb of Ferdowsi, the famous Iranian poet and creator of “Shahnameh”, is located. In this campaign, which according to its organizers has collected more than 4625 signatures from the people, the Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts and the Governor of Khorasan Razavi have been asked to take the necessary measures for the global registration of this city.

Alireza Qiamati, a Shahnameh researcher and university professor, supported the Ferdowsi’s city’s World Registration and wrote:

Undoubtedly, this city is the origin of the epics of Iran. It becomes the center of national epics and played a significant role in compiling the national identity of their country. It is from this epic city that the foundation of the myths and epics of Iranian culture “Shahnameh of Abu Mansouri” is laid.

By the efforts of its cultural ruler “Abu Mansour Abdolrazaq Tousi”, the city was prepared to have the most epic piece of art, Shahnameh.

After Ferdowsi, the torch of national epics passed to Asadi Tusi, the poet of Garshaspnameh. He backed up the city’s position in epic literature. Surprisingly, after a thousand years of national and epic ideas and ideals re-emerging in Iran, it is still a long-standing and epic birch climate.

 “Now I am broken-hearted, a tired and frightened man, one of the people of Tous Khorasan, the narrator of a forgotten story and lost dreams … Third, the brothers of Sushyant Mehdi Akhavan Sales”

Mohammad Reza Shajarian, the world-known musician and vocalist of Iran was buried near Ferdowsi upon his request last year. His funeral was one of the epic scenes in Tous.

Jafar Yahaghi and Mir Jalaleddin Kazzazi also supported the campaign in notes.

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