Ivory Coast Welcomes Iran’s Peace Ambassadors Mobile Museum


The first Iranian private mobile museum, affiliated to the Pars Children Culture-Building International Institute, was warmly welcomed in Ivory Coast.

Headed by Susan Nikzat, founder of the institute, the private children’s mobile museum (Peace Ambassadors) started its work in the African country on Tuesday June 7 and will continue until June 20.

The mobile museum will also go to Ghana during the period.

Designed to entertain children, the museum is arranged an exhibition of dolls and puppets made by children of other countries using simple materials like spoons and forks. It uses a format of interaction and cooperation with children, like making dolls, to teach universal cultural signs with a focus on peace, justice, equality and Iranian cultural and artistic elements.

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