Pictures.. Cultural festival in Kalar

21/2/2020 11:24:00
     Pictures.. Cultural festival in Kalar

Ibrahim Ahmed high school in Kalar held its second cultural festival on Thursday, February 20, during which Kurdish traditional handicrafts and cultural shows were presented and students and teachers wore colorful and beautiful traditional Kurdish clothes.


About the festival, Garmian Yarwais, Principal of Ibrahim Ahmed High School, told PUKmedia that they hold various and diverse activities every year to develop their students’ capabilities and experience.


Theme of this year’s festival was the heritage and culture of the Kurds.


“This year we put in light another side of Kurdish society, which is our national culture and heritage,” said Principal Garmian.


“This is our second cultural festival, in which students in co-operation and joint efforts with teachers display national Kurdish crafts,” he added.


He also pointed out they will keep up with their activities and will have better projects in the future.


Kalar is the administrative center of the Garmian district in Sulaymaniyah governorate. It is located 271.3 km southeast of Kurdistan Region capital Erbil.



(Translated and Edited by H.H.)




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