SAUDI PRINCESSES HOLD A PAINTING EXHIBIT IN IRAN
SAUDI PRINCESSES HOLD A PAINTING EXHIBIT IN IRAN
(L-R) Saudi Arabian ambassador to Iran Osamah Al-Sanosi, princess Nauf Bent Al-Bandar and princess Mey Aleysa listen to their translator (not seen) as they visit the Sahebqraniyeh Palace, which belonged to the Nasir al-Din Shah of Qajar dynasty, before opening of their exhibition at the Niavaran cultural compound in Tehran, Iran on September 1, 2007. The paintings and graphic works by Saudi princesses Nauf Bent Al-Bandar and Mey Aleysa, who are the officials in charge of the Persian Gulf Arab Countries' Paintings & Graphic Works, will be on display at Blue Hall of Niavaran cultural compound. (UPI Photo/Mohammad Kheirkhah)
OTR:
IRN20070901104
Date:
September 01, 2007
Object Name:
IRAN SAUDI ARABIA
Keywords:
NEWS
Category:
International News
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