Pushkin State Museum
The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow has a display of Persian artifacts from the Islamic world. There are said to be at least 99 artifacts that date back from the ninth to the 19th century. The exhibitions is titled the ninety-nine names of god. Be sure to check this event out.
TEHRAN -- An exquisite collection of Persian artifacts is among other objects from the Islamic world currently on display in an exhibition at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow.
Ninety-nine artifacts dating back from the 9th to the 19th century have been loaned by the Mardjani Foundation for the support of research and cultural programs to the exhibition entitled Ninety-Nine Names of God, the museum announced.
The Persian collection includes goblets illustrated with human and animal motifs, hand-woven carpets, calligraphy works, illuminations, and miniatures.
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