Lebanese curator lauds Iran-Lebanon ties

Tehran, Sept 14, IRNA – Curator of Lebanon’s Mim Museum Suzy Hakimian has hailed the Iran-Lebanon museum relations.

Speaking to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), Hakimian said due to the fact that Lebanese museums have faced various crises, they can exchange experiences with the Iranian side.

She also expressed hope for development of relations between Iranian and Lebanese museums.

Hakimian is in Tehran for teaching crisis management.

The Mim Museum is a private museum in Beirut, Lebanon. The museum displays more than 2,000 minerals, representing 450 different species from 70 countries, and is considered one of the most significant private collections of minerals in the world. It opened in 2013.

The museum also hosts an exhibition of marine and flying fossils from Lebanon.

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