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Name And Religion Changing In The Ottoman Empire

Name And Religion Changing

Saak Mutafyan whose family had witnessed the genocide told about her family history: “Grandfather and grandmother, Movses and Arus Mutafyan from Van, had five children. Only Sanam and Vanush survived. Sanam was married to Karapet Mugdimyan. After the death of her husband, Sanam together with her brother Vanush moved to Diyarbakir and from there to …

Arrests In Tigranakert For Illegal Excavations

Arrests In Tigranakert For Illegal Excavations

Arrests have occurred in Tigranakert for illegal excavations. A total of eight people were arrested, four of whom were police officers. It turned out that the police brought an armored vehicle to the excavation site to demonstrate that the excavations were allegedly legal. This was reported by Akunq.net with a reference to the Hurriyet newspaper. …

The Armenia Village At The Foot Of The Maya Mountains

The Armenia Village

A village called Armenia is located in Central America, in the Cayo District in Belize, 8 km south of Belize’s capital city Belmopan. Armenia is lying in a picturesque jungle area with rivers and caves at the foot of the Maya Mountains. It is connected to the capital via a highway. Southwest of the village …

Thapsaachi Haya – The Sacred Rock Of The Khakas People

Thapsaachi Haya

Tapsaachi haya (“Talking rock”) is a sacred ancestral location for the Khakas people, as well as an entire complex of mythology, culture, and history. It was a place of spiritual and sacred attraction for many people living nearby. Mountain sacrifices were made there as well. At the sacrificial ceremonies, Khakas would ask for protection against …

The Armenian Monastery Of Surb-Khach In Rostov-On-Don

The Armenian Monastery Of Surb-Khach

The Armenian Surb Khach Monastery is the very first stone building in Rostov-on-Don. The monastery is surrounded by a beautiful, flowering park with gorgeous ponds that are frequently crowned by ducks. This park is also home to a spring with a swimming pool and crystal clear water. The monastery was established in 1792. Writer, philosopher, …

Unique Two-Volume Work On The Armenian Genocide Published In The US – The New York Times

Unique Two-Volume Work

In the United States, the two-volume work “Armenian Genocide: the Beginning and Consequences” has been published, presenting hundreds of publications by the authoritative American newspaper “The New York Times” on the Genocide since the end of the 19th century. Articles and informational materials included in this work tell about the black pages of the history …

Racist Graffiti On An Armenian Church In Constantinople

Racist Graffiti On An Armenian Church

The Armenian Patriarchate of Constantinople (Istanbul) has reported a new act of vandalism on its official Facebook page. On the walls and thresholds of the Armenian Church of St. Archangels in the Balat district of Constantinople, inscriptions and drawings have recently appeared, containing hateful expressions and manifestations of racism. The Armenian Patriarchate noted that these …

The UK Newsletter “Bible In The World” On The Resistance Of Armenians On Musa Dag

The UK Newsletter "Bible In The World"

Since 1804, the British publishing organization B.F.BS has published the bulletin “The Bible in the World”. This bulletin has contained information on the activities of its representatives around the world along with reports on notable events in the areas where they have been dispatched. A newsletter published in January 1916 states that 5,000 Armenian residents …

The Secrets Of The Armenian Quarter Of Jerusalem

The Secrets Of The Armenian Quarter

The first part of “Secrets of the Armenian Quarter of Jerusalem” has been recently published by Koryun Baghdasaryan, Archbishop of the Diocese of the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem. This book offers readers interesting and wonderful stories about the Armenian areas of Jerusalem and the traces of Armenians in the city. Referring to the history of …