Hawzah News Agency (Mashhad, Iran) - This group of professors from Holy Spirit University of Lebanon, visited various parts of the Central Museum and various treasuries including the treasury of visual arts and relics, the Museum of History and the Carpet Museum of Razavi Shrine.
The group, which consisted of eight professors along with Professor Alkak's family, through the request of the Islamic Culture and Communication Organization visited Astan Quds Razavi’s museums and got acquainted with the objects and relics in the collection, which are reminiscent of the rich culture and civilization of this land.
Also they visited the Quran and Exquisites Museum, the treasury of the Supreme Leader's Gifts and the special hall of Master Fashchian's Works.
On the sidelines of this visit, Joseph Mashrim, the professor of the Holy Spirit University of Lebanon said, “Astan Quds Razavi’s museums are rich places composed of historical objects, which occupy the minds of every visitor toward the Iranian and Islamic culture.”
He noted some of the works of the museum of the history of the Razavi Holy Shrine, such as grave chambers and gold inscriptions as unique and stated, “Gathering and preserving the diverse lasting collection of historical relics will be amazing for all visitors.”
“Presence at this religious site is a source of human excitement” he said, stating that for the first time he had the chance to attend the Razavi Holy Shrine.
This group of Lebanese professors, after attending the Razavi Holy Shrine and pilgrimage while taking advantage of the heavenly and spiritual surroundings of the Shrine, enjoyed the cultural programs in the Ghadir Portico, and at the end, attended the munificent banquet of Imam Reza (A.S.) at Hazrat’s Guesthouse.