Museum of Anthropology of Kermanshah opened in 1990 and has 30 different halls showcasing items of agricultural and anthropological significance. The said aggregate in one of the religious and historical structures of the Qajar period granted to the then Ministry of Culture by the family of Moavenol Molk (Moaven al-molk).
The museum also displays items such as musical instruments, wax figures, writing equipment, hunting gear and traditional Kurdish costumes. The museum has three parts called Hosseinieh, Zeinabieh and Abbasieh. The Abbasieh section consists of two sections designed with tile-work walls and paintings of famous people. The Anthropology Museum is on the second floor of the complex while the archaeological section of the museum is on the first floor.
Kermanshah (Capital of Kermanshah Province) located in the western part of Iran is one of Iran’s ancient cities bordered by Kordestan province to the north, Lorestan and Ilam provinces and Iraq to the west. The city of Kermanshah is home to magnificent to
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