|Doc on affinities between Muslims in Iran, Spain and Turkey produced||
TEHRAN – An Iranian TV documentary entitled “Set Square”, on cultural and historical affinities between Muslims in Iran, Spain and Turkey, has recently been produced.
Directed by Alireza Hosseini, the 15-episode series aims to introduce the cultural and historical sites in the three countries.
Seven episodes have been filmed in the Spanish cities of Granada, Cordoba, Toledo, and in different locations of the Andalusia region, including Alhambra’s Islamic palaces, the Alcazar Royal Palace in Seville, and several other museums and mosques, the Persian service of IRNA reported on Wednesday.
Two episodes have also been dedicated to the historical sites in the provinces of Yazd and Isfahan.
In addition, the Sultan Ahmed Mosque and the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul are documented in two other episodes.
The first episode of the documentary will be aired on the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) documentary channel on Friday.
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