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World's largest wooden Qur'an amazes visitors
The world has many giant copies of the holy Qur'an, but its only giant wooden Qur'an can be found in Palembang, the capital of Indonesia's South Sumatra Province.
Iran launches UNESCO-affiliated calligraphy policymaking council
A policymaking council, affiliated to Iranian National Commission for United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), was established on Sunday for adopting new policies on and devoting particular attention to Iran's ancient art of calligraphy as the sign of Iranian-cultural identity.
Iran participates in Muscat book fair
Iran's pavilion at the 23rd Muscat International Book Fair, which opened on Wednesday, is displaying 500 titles and CDs in Persian, Arabic and English languages.
Iranian calligraphy exhibition draws art enthusiasts in Pakistan
An exhibition of Iranian-Islamic arts showcasing works of calligraphy and illumination by Iranian artists Hossein-Ali Esfandiar and his daughter Atena Esfandiar has opened in Pakistan. The event is jointly organized by Iran's Cultural Center and Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC).
Iranian calligraphy books set for US release
Two books 'Al-Waqi'a Sura in Kufic Script' and '30 Sections' of the Holy Qur'an in Kufic Script' will be released in the United States.
Calligraphy, collage exhibition inspired by Hafez poems
An Iranian artist Solmaz Naraqi held a calligraphy and collage exhibition blending calligraphy, poetry and Hafez poems.
Qur'anic calligraphy expo underway in Tehran
Tehran's Golestan Gallery is exhibiting a collection of calligrams based on Qur'anic verses by Iranian calligrapher Ali Minaei-Fard.
Qur'anic calligraphy expo begins at Tehran's Milad Tower
A Qur'anic calligraphy exhibition has been mounted at Tehran's Milad Tower to mark the holy month of Ramadan.
Calligraphy-painting, typography festival due in August
The Fourth Razavi National Calligraphy-Painting and Typography Festival is to be held in Khorasan Razavi province in August.
Tehran museum to host Islamic calligraphy festival
The First Islamic Thuluth Calligraphy Festival will be held at Imam Ali (PBUH) Religious Arts Museum in Tehran late January.
Iran holds calligraphy session in Istanbul
Iran's Consulate in Istanbul organized a meeting of Iranian and Turkish calligraphy maestros to promote cultural cooperation between the two countries.
Istanbul holds Persian calligraphy workshop
A workshop on 'nasta'liq' calligraphy style was held in the Persian-language education center of Istanbul, Turkey.
Amirkhani displays calligraphy
An exhibition of calligraphy works by Iranian artist Gholamhossein Amirkhani opened on Saturday at Tehran's Sareban Gallery.
Reza Abbasi Museum marks Persian calligraphy millennium
Tehran's Reza Abbasi Museum is hosting a month-long exhibition titled 'Millennium of Persian Calligraphy' from November 20.
Words take flight in Persian calligraphy
During a prolific 200-year period in the 14th–16th centuries, four master calligraphers invented one of the most aesthetically refined forms of Persian culture: 'nasta'liq', a type of calligraphy so beautiful that for the first time the expressive form of the words eclipsed their meaning.

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