Tehran invites Islamabad to exhibit its culture in public in Irani capital

Pakistani delegation visiting Abasabad company, Tehran.

A 200 square-meter space of land can be given to Pakistan in Tehran to display Pakistani culture to enhance collaborations, Seyed Mohammad Hossein Hejazi, managing director and member of the Board Nosazi Abasabad Company, Subsidiary of Tehran Municipality, has said.

While talking to Minute Mirror, Hejazi said, “We know that Pakistan has a rich culture that can attract more tourists from Iran and we want to increase people to people connection. This is why we want Pakistan to come here and show our people their traditions.”

In Tehran, two of the public parks Taleghani Park and Abo-Atash Park, have a combined area of almost 65,000 square meters and are referred to as the lungs of Tehran. These parks are joined by ‘Tabiat’ Bridge, which is the largest pedestrian overpass built in Tehran. The 270-meter three-story bridge, made of steel, spans one of the main highways in northern Tehran.

“We have different areas dedicated to different complexes in these two parks. We have a museum of diamonds, National Library and a book garden in this area,” Hejazi said.

“Majority of the local people spend their weekend here in the park and if they will get [to see] Pakistani culture here, they will [want to] explore the country more,” he added.