An exhibition called “Archaeological Findings of the Iron Age in Western Iran” has been launched in the Archaeological Museum of Sanandaj in Kurdistan province. 

The purpose of this exhibition is to present the archeological findings of the Iron Age in western regions of Iran.

Kurdistan province is one of the main cultural hubs of the era; especially the origins of the Mana culture which has been underestimated.

The exhibition includes 289 works from the Sanandaj Museum and National Museum of Iran. They have been recovered from different archaeological sites. 

The exhibition of Iron Age findings will be open to the public at the Sanandaj Museum until December 3.

What follows are photos of this event: 

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