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Construction of a new museum in the shrine of Imam Hussein

ISNA / According to the latest news and published reports, the construction of a new museum in Imam Hussein shrine is done.

Yaghoub Heydari, the executive director of the Hazrat Zeinab (PBUH) courtyard project, stating that the progress of the construction of the new museum of Imam Hussein (AS) has reached 30%, added: “This project is one of the sub-projects of the Hazrat Zeinab (PBUH) courtyard.” ) Will be built next to the shrine and on four floors. Referring to the completion of the construction of the new museum building, he said: “The patron saint of Astan Quds Hosseini intends to display the exquisite and valuable works in the current museum of the shrine after the completion of the new building and on the first floor of the museum for pilgrims and visitors.” Put. Heidari said: the other three floors of the new shrine museum will be designed and decorated with new and innovative engineering forms. The new museum of the shrine of Imam Hussein (AS) will be equipped with large halls to display exquisite works and receive visitors in accordance with the current guidelines of world museums. An important administrative section for the restoration of exquisite works and old and valuable objects will be added to the new Astan Museum.

The executive director of the Hazrat Zeinab (PBUH) courtyard project stated: The patron saint of the shrine of Imam Hussein (AS) intends to start a new chapter of joint cooperation with famous specialists in the restoration of exquisite objects in the world by establishing a restoration center in a new museum. .

Heidari also said: “In addition to displaying historical artifacts and objects, it is planned that the entire Ashura event will be portrayed in the new museum with new technologies. He reminded that Iranian engineers and workers are currently implementing the first phase of the project to develop the shrine of Imam Hussein (AS) decorated with the name of the courtyard of Hazrat Zainab (AS), he added: There will be a library, a museum, a guest house (guest house), etc., one of the features of which is the symbolic reconstruction and revival Tal Zeinabia is in the shape of a hill.

He stated that the comprehensive plan for the development of the holy shrine of Sayyid al-Shuhada (AS) is 38 hectares, adding: This plan is around the holy shrine of Imam Hussein (AS) Space Bin al-Harmain will be built, with three main courtyards including the courtyard of Imam Hussein (AS), the courtyard of Hazrat Zainab (AS) and the courtyard of Imam Zaman (As).

Heidari stated that the first phase of the comprehensive plan is currently under construction in an area of ​​five hectares decorated with the name of the courtyard of Hazrat Zeinab (PBUH), reminded: This phase is located in the area between Bab Qibla Street, Shohada Street and Jomhory Street According to historical evidence, this is the place of Ashura.

The executive director of the Hazrat Zeinab (sa) courtyard project, added: The pilgrimage spaces of the courtyard include surface and subsurface naves along with service complexes that include about 45,000 square meters. Non-pilgrimage spaces with an area of ​​about 118 thousand square meters include office building, Mozif building, museum and library, central engine room and tunnel. Suitable service and welfare facilities for pilgrims such as 850 toilets and 120 showers are under construction.

Heidari pointed to the return of the blessing of the vows of the shrine-making charities to the country’s economic cycle and said: “Most of the materials used in the construction of the courtyard of Hazrat Zainab (PBUH) are provided from inside the country, part of which is related to materials made by charitable people.” , Will be donated to the Atbat Reconstruction Headquarters and most of it will be purchased inside the country and transferred to Iraq. In the current museum of the shrine of Imam Hussein (AS), hundreds of exquisite, old and rare works donated to this shrine by kings and lovers of the Ahl al-Bayt (AS) from all over the world are on display.

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