Historical photo of the Red Army on Abovyan street in Yerevan

Historical photo of the Red Army on Abovyan street in Yerevan

History teaches that it teaches nothing! The photo posted below shows the Red Army on Abovyan Street – Yerevan. One hundred and one years ago, on November 29, 1920, the 11th Red Army invaded Armenia. Armenia became Soviet. All this happened in a geopolitically complex regional situation ․․․ indeed, history is cyclical, it teaches only …

The period of decline of the ancient religion of Armenia

The 21st edition of the “Voice of Ararat” program of “Azat Dzain” news agency is dedicated to the period of decline of the ancient religion and worldview of Armenia. The revaluation of material values forced the Armenians to move away from their roots, value system and faith. The barbarian invasions of Alexander the Great played …

Photo of Armenian officers who grew up on lion’s milk – 1918.

Photo of Armenian officers who grew up on lion's milk - 1918.

On November 18, 1918, in the village of Avdallar in Artsakh, General Andranik received telegrams from British General Thomson, Khan Khoysky, from Yerevan and from many other places … all of them demanded an immediate cessation of hostilities against the Turks. All of them insisted that Andranik’s actions allegedly threaten the peaceful settlement of the …

Zambaccian Museum – One Of The Most Famous Museums In Bucharest, Romania

Zambaccian Museum – One Of The Most Famous Museums In Bucharest, Romania

The Zambaccian Museum located at Zambaccian St in Bucharest, Romania, is one of the most prominent museums in the city. The museum is named after Romanian-Armenian collector and art critic Krikor Zambaccian (1889-1962) who owned approximately 240 expensive paintings and sculptures authored by the likes of Paul Cézanne, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Alfred Sisley, Eugène Delacroix, Pierre Bonnard, Jean-Baptiste-Camille …

The earliest linguistic map of the world by Gottfried Hensel

Linguistic map of the world 1741 Map author German linguist Gottfried Hensel (1687-1767) Gottfried Hensel (1687-1767), Germanic linguist who served as rector in Heidelberg (Zielona Gora), Lower Silesia. The earliest linguistic map of the four continents. Gottfried Hensel presented a map taking into account the geography of the distribution of the languages of the world, …

German Traveler Johann Schiltberger About Armenia

German Traveler Johann Schiltberger About Armenia

In his memoirs, German traveler Johann Schiltberger talks about Karabakh as a part of Armenia under the rule Shah Rukh, son of Tamerlane (Timur). Johann Schiltberger served as a squire for the knight Lienhart Richartinger, with whom he participated in the battle against the Turks at Nicopolis in 1396. In the Battle of Nicopolis, Schiltberger …

How To Identify Falsifiers Of The History Of Armenia

How To Identify Falsifiers Of The History Of Armenia

How to identify the falsifiers of the history of Armenia? Or the questions that those who deny the identity of Urartu and Armenia are obliged to answer. This article points out the grossest omissions of all those who claim that Urartu is not an Armenian state – from a scientific point of view. It will …

From A Letter By Hovhannes Tumanyan To Avetik Isahakyan

From A Letter By Hovhannes Tumanyan To Avetik Isahakyan

“I don’t want and cannot write long and in detail about our country, your inquiry notwithstanding. I’ll write to you briefly. We have destroyed our country from within and from without. Mostly we. I say ‘we’, and it is true. Some are interfering scoundrel, some are thieves and robbers, and some – the helpless and …

Shirakavan – Capital Of Bagratid Armenia

Shirakavan – Capital Of Bagratid Armenia

In the 9th century, Shirakavan (Շիրակավան) was the capital of the Armenian kingdom of the Bagratids and remained so for 40 years. In the 9th century, the Bagratids managed to conquer Armenia from the Arab Caliphate. In 885, Ashot I Bagratuni acceded to the throne, and both the Caliph and the Byzantine emperor were forced …

The Lost Armenian Village Of Jipin

The Lost Armenian Village Of Jipin

Before 1915, more than 42,000 Armenians lived in the villages near the ancient city of Urfa (Urha, Orfa, or Edessa). This Armenian community had 10 churches, one monastery, and about 20 Armenian schools. One of these Armenian-populated villages was the village of Jipin. During the Armenian Genocide in 1915, the forced emigration of Armenians began …