CULTURAL INSTITUTE OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN
Italy and Iran are both countries with a very strong cultural vocation. The relations between the two nations, which enjoy a rich historical and cultural past, are rooted back in time, two great civilizations with priceless artistic and cultural heritage, which have always been a factor of fundamental importance and effectiveness for the establishment and development of bilateral relations in all areas.
Today the Iranian Cultural Institute in Rome represents the only official structure that deals with the promotion of Iran's culture and civilization abroad in the context of the general diplomacy of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The Cultural Institute of Iran, has been active for over half a century as a representative of Iranian cultural institutions in promoting cultural and academic relations, acting as a "bridge" between the two nations, with the aim of deepening the development of their cultural and cultural relations. scientific. To this end, the multilingual and multidisciplinary library of the Cultural Institute, which boasts over three thousand volumes, in particular texts of Persian language and literature, is open to teachers, students, researchers and enthusiasts.
Mohammad Taghi Amini, born in 1966 in Tonekabon (Iran), began his mission as director of the Cultural Institute of Iran in Rome in May 2020. Graduated in European Studies from the Allameh Tabatabai University of Tehran, professor and author who has listened to various researches in the European countries. He began his professional career since 1993 at the Ministry of Culture
of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
He carried out his missions in Africa, the United Kingdom and France and in 2015 he set up the center aimed at teaching the Persian language in Prigi.