The National Museum in the province of Sulaymaniyah announced the opening of a gallery of the inscriptions of King Narseh on Monday.
Hashim Mohammed Abdullah, director of the Sulaymaniyah National Museum told PUKmedia that, opening of the Royal Inscriptions Gallery comes within the framework of the museum's plan to develop and attract more visitors and tourists, adding that the opening of the King Narseh Gallery will be on Monday at 6:00 pm.
He pointed out that, the gallery includes royal inscriptions of the Sasanian king Narseh, and the gallery will be opened in coordination with an Italian team specializing in archaeology.
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