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Hagop Oshagan’s Work Now Online

The works of the 20th c. Western Armenian Literature titan now accessible to all  The entire oeuvre of Hagop Oshagan, one of the giants of Western Armenian Literature, is now online and easily accessible to all, free of charge. The ...

Azerbaijan Flattens the Outdoor Sculptures Park of Shushi’s Museum of Fine Arts – CHW

Satellite imagery shows that between April 10 and June 5, the 51 sculptures in the park of the Shushi Museum of Fine Arts were removed and the area completely cleared, the Caucasus Heritage Watch (CHW) reports. CHW is concerned about the condit...
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Yerevan Biennial Art Foundation, Google Arts and Culture Present On-Line Exhibit of Martiros Sarian

Massis Post – Yerevan Biennial Art Foundation has announced partnership with Google Arts and Culture with the opening of three new exhibitions alongside digital launch of The Time Complex, Yerevan Biennial 2020/2021. This partnership strives to ...

Legendary Armenian Duduk Player Jivan Gasparayn Dies Aged 92

(Armradio)- Legendary Armenian duduk player Jivan Gasparyan passed away today aged 92, his grandson informs. “The world has suffered unimaginable loss tonight. Not only an icon, but a beautiful soul. May he rest in peace,” Jivan Gasparyan Jr. ...

One Of The Oldest Wine Producing Countries Growing Grapes In Conflict Zones; The Reemergence Of Armenia

Novarank Monastery in the Vayots Dzor Province of Armenia, GETTY By  Cathrine Todd (Forbes)- For many wine producers, harvesting the grapes is the most stressful time period as it can make or break the future of potential wines. Some ...

Museum of The Bible Launches Online Exhibition On Churches of Artsakh

The Museum of the Bible in Washington hosted ՛՛Ancient Faith: The Churches of Nagorno Karabakh՛՛ event celebrating the launch of a new online exhibition documenting the sacred sites of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh). In his opening ...
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18th Century Armenian Church Heavily Damaged in Turkey

(Armradio, Agos)- Surp Toros Armenian Church, which was built in Kayseri in the 18th century, has been heavily damaged by treasure hunters. A 2-meter pit has been dug in a room of the Surp Toros Armenian Church in the Tavlusun District of ...

Museum of The Bible to Launch Online Exhibition On Churches of Artsakh

Dadivank Monastery in Karvajar, Artsakh The Museum of the Bible will launch a new online exhibition documenting the sacred sites of Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh). The museum offers to explore the histories of these remarkable sites, now threatened ...

2,800-Year-Old Urartian Castle Discovered in Van

A team of archaeologists has unearthed a castle dating back to the Urartian era in eastern Turkey, Hurriyet Daily News reports. The remains of the castle dating back 2,800 years ago were discovered during an excavation project sponsored ...