Iran museum displays Latin American dolls

Iran museum-Latin American dolls
Iran museum-Latin American dolls

Five-hundred-forty dolls from 53 counties went on display in late November in Iran’s Nations’ Dolls Museum.

Iran’s Nations’ Dolls Museum has showcased a number of Latin American dolls to introduce the region’s beliefs and traditions.

The exhibition held on November 27-28 also featured Mexican culture as well as Latin American handicrafts.

The museum displayed 540 culturally diverse dolls from 53 countries such as the UK, Germany, the US, Canada, Norway, Italy, France and Bulgaria.

The showcased dolls included a range of shadow puppets, theatre puppets, and dolls representing different ethnicities.

The visitors were provided with the opportunity to get acquainted with diverse cultures in Iran and other countries.

The Nations’ Dolls Museum was inaugurated in Tehran on the International Day of Peace, September 21, 2014.

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