News ID: 247311
Publish Date: 14 March 2010 - 06:21
French Tourist Describes “Martyrs Museum”?:
TEHRAN, (SCIB) - While visiting “Martyrs Museum”?, a French tourist told Navideshahed reporter: “I expected to face with some where like “Annelid”? in here; but there is much difference between this place and War Museum of Paris.”?

As for the French museum similar to this museum, he said: “There is a museum in Paris which is called “Annelid”?. It is a kind of war museum. I thought that Iran’s Martyrs Museum should be some where like that; but there is much cultural difference between these two museums.”?
As for the differences between these two museums, Roman Motreau said: “In “Annelid”?, we mostly watch war technologies and champion acts of French war men; but in “Martyrs Museum”? the spiritual and religious aspects of Iranian combatants are more visible.”?
This French tourist further added: “Brave and courageous acts are how ever admirable in every where. And this part can be observed in both museums; but in Iran, religious aspects are more emphasized.”?
For more and better welcome of foreign tourists to this museum, he suggested: “Using some elements of “Annelid”? Museum in “Martyrs Museum”? may make this museum more attractive for the visitors. In “Annelid”?, there are different war equipments remained from war time which are shown to the public in the museum. And multimedia equipments are also more used in that museum. We have reconstructed some scenes of war in different ways; particularly the moments of victory. All these can be attractive for choosy visitors.”?
In conclusion, he referred to the necessity of using multilingual audio guide in the museum and said: “Audio guide can greatly contribute to communicating more with the visitor of the museum; but unfortunately, in “Martyrs Museum”? explanations are not even given in English.”?

As for the French museum similar to this museum, he said: “There is a museum in Paris which is called “Annelid”?. It is a kind of war museum. I thought that Iran’s Martyrs Museum should be some where like that; but there is much cultural difference between these two museums.”? As for the differences between these two museums, Roman Motreau said: “In “Annelid”?, we mostly watch war technologies and champion acts of French war men; but in “Martyrs Museum”? the spiritual and religious aspects of Iranian combatants are more visible.”? This French tourist further added: “Brave and courageous acts are how ever admirable in every where. And this part can be observed in both museums; but in Iran, religious aspects are more emphasized.”? For more and better welcome of foreign tourists to this museum, he suggested: “Using some elements of “Annelid”? Museum in “Martyrs Museum”? may make this museum more attractive for the visitors. In “Annelid”?, there are different war equipments remained from war time which are shown to the public in the museum. And multimedia equipments are also more used in that museum. We have reconstructed some scenes of war in different ways; particularly the moments of victory. All these can be attractive for choosy visitors.”? In conclusion, he referred to the necessity of using multilingual audio guide in the museum and said: “Audio guide can greatly contribute to communicating more with the visitor of the museum; but unfortunately, in “Martyrs Museum”? explanations are not even given in English.”?
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