The first exhibition of folklore was inaugurated on Saturday at the Shaab school in Ibb city.
The exhibition included models of old folk costumes, paintings and sculptures, all of which reflect the style, ancient architecture, pottery, folk dishes, agriculture tools and others.
At the opening of the exhibition, the Under-Secretary of the province, Dr. Ali Al-Zanem, hailed all efforts exerted to produce this exhibition, which expresses the originality of Yemen civilization and its popular heritage.
He stressed on the importance of preserving heritage and folklore as an important aspect of the history and civilization of peoples and identity.
For her part, the exhibition organizer Rabab Aklan explained that the proceeds of this exhibition will return to the benefit of cancer patients through the National Cancer Foundation.
He called on all to contribute effectively to the success of the exhibition, which lasts three days and to achieve the desired goals.
The opening ceremony featured a theatrical exposition on the importance of preserving old archaeology and folklore.
An old Yemeni fashion show was presented by female students.
Source: Yemen News Agency