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Moazzenzadeh Ardabili’s ancestral house to become museum

The ancestral house of Moazzenzadeh Ardabili’s family, who are known as icons of Islamic eulogy, is to be turned into a museum in Ardebil, northwest Iran.

The ancestral house of Moazzenzadeh Ardabili’s family, who are known as icons of Islamic eulogy, and azan (adhan), the Muslim call to prayer, is to be turned into a museum in Ardabil, northwest Iran.

The decision has been granted by the Urban Regeneration Corporation of Iran and Moazzenzadeh Ardabili’s ancestral house in Ardabil will soon be open to the public.

The late Salim Moazzenzadeh Ardabili was the last iconic eulogist of the family, who lived in the house. Known as the king of eulogists in Iran, he passed away in 2016.

Moazzenzadeh used to perform most of his eulogies in the Azeri language. However, he had a good command of the Persian and Arabic languages as well.

His father, Sheikh Abdolkarim, was one of the first who performed azan on Iran’s national radio program, while the azan by Salim’s brother, Rahim, was considered to be Iran’s most popular. Salim’s son, Vadud, is also a vocalist and an artist.

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