Lost carpets of Saadabad Palace found

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Lost carpets of Saadabad Palace found

Lost carpets of Saadabad Palace found

Masoud Sepehrzad, the head of the Handmade Carpet Sellers Union, denied the disappearance of the carpets of Saadabad Palace and stated that these carpets have been transferred to another location.

He said that the carpets were transferred from Saadabad Palace to the Iran Carpet Museum at Fatemi Square, and the former minister’s statement about the worthlessness of these carpets stems from his incompetence and illiteracy.

Recently, Fars News Agency reported the disappearance of 48 precious carpets during the years 1392 to 1395, during Hassan Rouhani’s presidency, which were in the Saadabad Palace building.

The public relations of Saadabad Palace also announced in statements that the Hafeziyeh building, where the carpets were stored, belongs to the presidential institution, and its protection is not within the responsibilities and authorities of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage.

Ezzatollah Zarghami, the Minister of Cultural Heritage, had also commented on this, stating that this incident occurred in previous periods and the protection of that building in the Saadabad Palace complex was not the responsibility of the Cultural Heritage Organization.


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