The 53rd Anniversary of Gholamreza Takhti, the prominent Iranian honor in Wrestling, gathered the officials together over his tomb and his will was delivered to Iran National Sport Olympic Paralympic Museum after professional restoration.
Iran NOC; Tehran: Concurrent with the anniversary of the establishment
of the National Museum of Sports, Olympic, Paralympic; Babak Takhti, the son of
Gholamreza Takhti, donated the will of the deceased to the Museum, which was
unveiled for the first time.
This will, suffering from serious damages to the extent that it was
not readable over underwent restoration in some parts. The full text of this
will was first published by the National Museum of Sports, Olympics,
which was taken in cooperation with Iran National Museum enjoyed the presence
of Dr. Nokande, Director of the National Museum and NOC Officials. Dr.
Nokandeh, expressing satisfaction with the establishment of the National Museum
of Sports, addressed the museum to be one of the tops in Iran in terms of
popularity and public acceptance, and considered the restoration of the late
Takhti's will as the first restored work of the National Museum of Sports being
done in collaboration with the National Museum.
of the National Museum of Iran welcomed the contract with the only sports
museum in the country and offered suggestions to make it more productive.
Dr. Mohsen Mir, the Director of the National Museum of Sports, highlighted
the measures taken to expand the activities of the museum and gave detailed
information in this field: “The long-standing desire of the sports community
came true with the efforts of Dr. Salehi Amiri so as to remain in the
historical memory of the people. In this regard, we are trying to bring this
museum to a real place that is worthy of Iranian sports”.