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The Ancient Observatory Karahunj Dug Up And Exposed For Two Years

The Ancient Observatory Karahunj

While everyone was busy with politics, the Karahunj Ancient Observatory spent two winters with huge trenches that Ashot Piliposyan had left behind in violation of many laws and an International Convention. These pits and large holes make the position of megaliths in the structure unstable. Any event in Karahunj is like dances around a patient’s …

News Of Archaeology And Architecture Of Historical Armenia

News Of Archaeology And Architecture

After the Armenian Genocide, the Armenian architecture of Mush suffered greatly. We can assume that the regular destruction process ended in 2012 when the Kale area was declared a zone of urban reform. However, the last Armenian traces that had somehow survived up to that point were destroyed during this “transformation”. The Khdrbaba mound in …

The Third Republic Of Armenia Without The Idea Of Statehood

The Third Republic Of Armenia

After the fall of the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia, to this day, only a few people have considered the restoration of the Armenian statehood feasible, while most of the public has preferred dreams of peace, social justice, and equality. On the eve of the establishment of the First Republic in 1918, the May heroic battles …

The Village Of Arzakan Has Had No Drinking Water For 30 Years

The Village Of Arzakan

The Arzakan village is one of the most picturesque places in Armenia. The resort located nearby is attractive for tourists thanks to not only its natural beauty but also the superb service. Here, travelers are offered all the amenities necessary for a comfortable stay and relaxation. I am sure that many of our subscribers have …

The Armenian Highlands Are Persistently Being Called Anatolian

The Armenian Highlands

Yet another film was released where the Armenian Highlands are stubbornly being called Anatolian. Drawing conclusions is up to you, dear friends! The annotation to the film reads: “In 1958, scientists from the British Institute of Archeology examined the Konya Plateau in the province of Turkey of the same name. They unearthed remnants of an …

An Olive Grove In The Village Of Ishkhanadzor – Artsakh

An Olive Grove

8 years have passed since Avetis Sanoyan and his family moved from the Syrian city of Aleppo to the village of Ishkhanadzor in Artsakh. During recent years, he and his brother planted gardens, were engaged in grain production, and acquired their own agricultural equipment. They no longer think about returning to Syria. Last fall, they …

“I Am A Jew, And I Recognize The Armenian Genocide”

“5 years ago, I came back home to Israel from Armenia for the first time. I came back with the question of a thirteen-year-old girl resonating in my head: ‘Dima jan, why doesn’t Israel recognize the Armenian Genocide?’ At home, I decided to go through photos. The question continued to resonate. I got to this …

Akhalkalaki Fortress Used As A Cowshed

Akhalkalaki Fortress Used As A Cowshed

Some time ago, the territory of the Akhalkalaki fortress was cleared and closed to cows. Before that, the fortress had served as a cowshed for many years. However, recently, grazing cows have again been noticed in the territory of the fortress. Last year, on Europe Day, a cleanup was held in the Akhalkalaki fortress, in …

Turkey’s Reaction To A Map Of Armenia

Turkey's Reaction To A Map Of Armenia

Recently, the Turkish media published their reaction to the map of Armenia under the Treaty of Sevres. Article 12 of the political principles adopted by US President Woodrow Wilson in the US Congress after World War I on January 8, 1918, refers to the Ottoman Empire. In this regard, the following statement was circulated in …

75% Of Villages Of Dersim Are Populated By Armenians

75% Of Villages Of Dersim

75% of villages of Dersim Province (now Tunceli, Turkey) are populated by Armenians. In Armenia, the founder of the Union of Religion and Mutual Assistance to Armenians of Dersim Mihran Prkich Gultekin gave an interview to Armenian reporters. He touched upon the history of the Dersim Armenians who, fleeing the Turkish scimitar, united with the …

Deutsche Welle On The Participation Of Germany In The Armenian Genocide Of 1915

Deutsche Welle On The Participation Of Germany

The German Deutsche Welle published an article authored by journalist Richard Fuchs on the history of Germany’s intervention (participation) in the Armenian Genocide, the country’s position on this issue, and its respectful attitude towards Turkey. The article cites well-known German politicians. One of the said politicians has expressed disappointment that Germany lacks the courage to …

Solar Water Heaters In The Armenian Village Of Shikahogh

Solar Water Heaters

The Ministry of Environment of Armenia has summarized the “Protected Areas Assistance Program” within whose framework all houses in the Shikahogh village, Syunik Province, have been equipped with solar water heaters. According to the press service of the ministry, the environmental organization Green Ecology has installed solar water heaters in all 56 houses of the …