On the sideline of his visitation from Astan Quds Razavi's Central Library, Gibbler said, "Valuable books in different languages and unique architecture have multiplied beauty this holy place beauty".
This university professor stressed, "Science, art, and rich culture of Iran have been applied along side of each other at the Razavi Holy Shrine and this combination has made lots of incredible and very beautiful works".
Saying that this is his second visit to Iran, he said, "There are a lot of negative propaganda against Iran in the foreign countries particularly Germany. As a result, when I decided to visit Iran for the first time, many friends of mine tried to stop me. However, I am very happy of my travel and visitation to this beautiful country".
"I always show my friends pictures I took in Iran and try to convince them that Iran is not as it has been shown to us in the western propaganda but it is a very beautiful and attractive country with very hospitable and kind people", the German professor went on.
On the sideline of the visitation from Astan Quds Razavi's Central Library, Troksin, another member of the group, said, "This library is a very unique treasury in the world which contains many precious manuscripts".
Noting to the great importance given by this religious organization to the issue of study and book, he stated, "This library's books are kept and archived with best system and equipment".
"I found out, based on the received explanations, that many manuscripts of this library have been record by UNESCO and this issue reveals this big organization's great importance", Troksin continued.
Saying that he has visited Isfahan, Shiraz, Tabriz, Kerman, and Tehran in his two previous trips to Iran, he said, "Visiting Mashhad, Imam Reza's (A.S.) Holy Shrine, and their cultural and artistic places in this third trip is a great pleasure for me".
It should be noted that a group of university professors and librarians from Germany, Austria, and Italy who were all guests of Al-Mostafa International University visited Astan Quds Razavi's Central Library and Document Center.