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Katara celebrates Latin American culture from 11 states

News Date :
3/4/2016
Amidst outstanding presence by a line-up of heads of diplomatic missions to Qatar, the General Manager of Cultural Village Foundation, HE. Dr. Khalid Bin Ibrahim Al-Sulaiti, inaugurated “Symbols of Latin America & the Caribbean” Exhibition,

​hosted by the cultural village-Katara, in coordination with 11 Embassies that form part of the Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC), including Argentines, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Salvador, Panama, Peru and Venezuela.

The inauguration of the exhibition "Symbols of Latin America & the Caribbean", which will run until March 15th at building 18- Exhibition 2 of the Cultural Village-Katara, was attended by their Excellences Ambassadors of Panama, Ecuador, Brazil, El Salvador, Peru, Algeria, Poland, Libya, Moldavia, Oman, Spain, Argentines, Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico, and charge d'affaires of Venezuelan Embassy in Qatar and Colombian Ambassador for UAE.

The "Symbols of Latin America and the Caribbean" Exhibition proudly presents five symbols from 11 countries in high-quality beautiful pictures: the capital of the country, the national animal, the national plant or flower, the national dish; and the historical monument. Symbols represent the identity, culture, history and even the personality of a country or group of countries.

On the occasion, the General Manager of Cultural Village Foundation-Katara, HE. Dr. Khalid Bin Ibrahim Al-Sulaiti, said: "The relationship between Arab and Latin American cultures dates back to centuries ago, and there are millions of Arabs who live in the South American continent acting as a bridge to link the two cultures, and serving the rich intercultural communication between the two sides. We, at Katara hope this Exhibition will be followed by several other ones hosting the symbols of art, culture and music in Latin America".

 

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