During the exhibition, handicrafts and Halal food products from the northeastern province of Khorasan Razavi were put on display for Russian visitors.
The exhibition, which is held in 20 booths, has been warmly welcomed by Tatars, a Farsi report by Miras-e Arya News Agency said on Monday.
The handicrafts included stone pot, mosaic, enamel, copper, silver and turquoise cravings, carpet weaving, and Khatam, among many others.
The exhibition was attended by more than 60 companies from Khorasan Razavi province as well as many other Iranian provinces.
Held on a land of 1,300 square metres, the exhibition also displayed local food products as well as saffron, natural colours, construction materials, clothing, home appliances and cosmetics.
The Islamic Republic of Iran’s special exhibition was held from 21 to 24 December in Kazan.