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Haftsamar Art Gallery Oct 2012 Farhad Poursamar 7samar
Tehran

This gallery, located at the art center of Tehran, opens its exhibitions at 16:00 each Friday.  Friday to Wednesday (16:00 to 20:00)  is the period of the exhibitions. Thursdays are closed. Established in 1994, Haft Samar Gallery exhibits all fields of art including Painting, Photography, sculpture... and Crafts, Jewelry...

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