On March 12th, the National Gallery of Malaysia has permanently installed a monument “Islam is peace” next to its main building. The monument was part of the Gallery’s exhibition for more than seven years.
The monument consists of a crescent, the symbol of Islam and olive branch, the symbol of the Christianity. The Olive branch crosses the half moon, forming a curved cross. The opening ceremony was attended by the Chairman of the Board galleries Dato Lokman, General Director Haned Bin Masjak, Director of the Russian Cultural Center A.E.Gulko, philanthropist Tai Keik Hock, various artists and media.