Moroccan arts and exhibition centre opens in Berlin
A Moroccan arts and exhibition centre will be inaugurated on Tuesday, May 10, in Berlin, in the presence of the Moroccan ambassador to the German capital, Rachad Buhlal. The Moroccan Ambassador announced that this special "cultural facility is intended to present the various kinds and faces of Moroccan artistic creativity". He added that the new center, which will be open to Moroccan artists residing both in Morocco and in Germany, will also help "to promote the German-Moroccan relations in the fields of culture and arts".
<i>Yabiladi</i> reports that in celebration of the opening of the center, its inauguration will be accompanied by an exhibition devoted to the history of Moroccan diplomacy, based on several pictorial works presenting various scenes from the history of Moroccan diplomacy, including a painting of the first Moroccan embassy in Germany from 1878.
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