International Symposium of “Religion and Spirituality in the Contemporary World”, Al-Hikhmah Institute of Al-Mustafa International University Qom, Islamic Republic of Iran.
Antonella is spell bound by Oman’s beauty with its fantastic mountain scenery, desert dunes, stunning beaches, rocky coastlines, palm groves, lime orchards, and its gorgeous capital, Muscat, which she calls, an “extended city”.
Interviewed by Nicolamaria Coppola for EposWorldView: a conversation about the latest news from the region, discussing the Syrian conflict, the role of Gulf countries, the situation in Egypt and the position of Oman into the regional and international theatre.
What makes Oman special is its rich history, beautiful nature, the outstanding mixture of ancient traditions and modernity, and, of course, the wisdom if its leader
Photography Exhibition “Syria in the Shadow of Memory” by Fadi Masri Zada – Bait Al Zubair Museum in Muscat, Oman.
The exhibition is a voyage of exploration between the years 1990 -2003.
“We are the pilgrims, we shall go, always a little further: it may be beyond that blue mountain barred with snow, across that angry or that glimmering sea”
write James Elroy Flecker.
He perfectly describes the feelings of a modern nomad.