Persia to Iran published in Australia

The book Persia to Iran by Nuran Zorlu, an artist and photographer was published by Iran’s Cultural Ataché to Australia.

According to IBNA correspondent, quoting from the public relations department of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, a book on introducing Iran titled Persia to Iran by Nuran Zorlu, an artist and professional photographer was published by the Iranian Cultural Center in Australia with a print run of 2,000 copies. This book is a travelogue describing the visits paid to ancient sites and spectacular parts of our country and contains very interesting topics that make the audience acquainted with Iran and is useful in attracting tourists to our country.

Among the advantages of this book, one may refer to its being registered in the National Library of Australia and offered by one of the most prestigious publishing houses of Australia in that country and abroad in different shops. In this regard, Iranian cultural ataché has bought 700 copies of the book from the author and intends to submit it to authorities and political and cultural figures and centers.
Geƫng acquainted with the author of Persia in Iran Nuran Zorlu was born in an Armenian family in 1965 in Istanbul, Turkey. He graduated in philosophy from the University of Istanbul in 1987 and received his master’s degree in photography. He settled in Australia in 1998 and is now an Australian citizen. He is working as a professional photographer and specializes in photographing ancient monuments and nature.
Moreover, his photos have been published in many international magazines including Vogue, Marie Claire, Harper Bazar, etc. During his trip to Iran, Nuran Zorlu presented his observations in the frame of different photographs from archeological sites and interesting sights. He visited many cities including Maku, Jolfa, Tabriz, Urmia, Sanandaj, Kermanshah, Hamedan, Qom, Isfahan, Yazd, Shiraz, and Tehran.

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