Monday, January 12, 2015

Nizami Ganjavi

Monument to Nizami Ganjavi by by Salhab Mammadov and Ali Ibadullayev, Villa Borghese gardens, Rome
Statue of Nizami Ganjavi by Salhab Mammadov and Ali Ibadullayev, 2011
Viale Madama Letizia, Villa Borghese gardens
Rome, April 2013

3 comments:

Changes in the wind said...

I wondered why such a stately man would be holding a feather and then read and found it was a pen and he was a poet:)

Lowell said...

This is one impressive statue...he must have been formidable with his words!

Bill Nicholls said...

O boy he does look like he is frownig over something