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Exhibit of illuminations by Iranian, Russian artists opens in Moscow

An exhibition featuring miniatures, illuminations and calligraphies by Iranian and Russian…Read more:(http://english.irib.ir/radioculture/art/item/169987-exhibit-of-illuminations-by-iranian,-russian-artists-opens-in-moscow)

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