Video shows destruction of Armenian cultural heritage in Azeri-occupied Artsakh territories

Cases of vandalism and destruction of the Armenian cultural heritage in the occupied territories of Artsakh by the Azerbaijani armed forces.

Azerbaijan says it plans to erase Armenian heritage in Karabakh

During a February 3 press briefing, Azerbaijani Culture Minister Anar Karimov announced that a working group will be established to remove physical traces of Armenian heritage from religious sites in Karabakh. The minister said that the churches in fact were originally the heritage of Caucasian Albania, an ancient kingdom once located in what is now Azerbaijan. What are the impacts and how will the international community respond?

Cataloguing Artsakh’s historical sites, as Azerbaijan erases Armenian cultural heritage

In Stepanakert, the capital of Artsakh, a new English-language website about the region’s cultural heritage and historical monuments is being presented for the first time at the Francophone Center. The website’s creators’ goal is to allow for better access to information for those who don’t speak Armenian, since most content about Artsakh’s historical sites is currently only available in Armenian. The website also includes monuments which fell to Azerbaijani control in 2020 and whose fate remains unclear.

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