Looking At The Armenian Genocide Through the Lens of Art

Looking At The Armenian Genocide Through the Lens of Art

Looking At The Armenian Genocide Through the Lens of Art Image is Hand made Armenian rug and traditional Clothing of Western Armenia

"The Armenian Nation: A Brief Introduction" infographic was developed for a professional news magazine "The Armenite". You can read the article with the following link:  http://thearmenite.com/magazine/infographic/armenian-nation-brief-introduction-infographic/

"The Armenian Nation: A Brief Introduction" infographic was developed for a professional news magazine "The Armenite".

Amna Prkyj Vank Cathedral or church in Julfa district of Isfahan that was copied from the Church of Saint Stephanos in Julfa, Azerbaijan. The church is the church of Armenian history and was built by Shah Abbas. The Armenian Vank means monastery.

Amna Prkyj Vank Cathedral or church in Julfa district of Isfahan, Iran that was copied from the Church of Saint Stephanos in Julfa, Azerbaijan. The church is the church of Armenian history and was built by Shah Abbas. The Armenian Vank means monastery.

Mother Armenia (Mayr Hayastan) Mother Armenia іs the female personification оf Armenia. Her mоst visual rendering іs а monumental statue іn Victory Park overlooking the capital city оf Yerevan, Armenia. The Mother Armenia statue symbolises peace through strength. It can remind viewers of some of the prominent female figures in Armenian history. It also recalls the important status and value attributed to the older female members of an Armenian family.

Mother Armenia (Mayr Hayastan) Mother Armenia іs the female personification оf…

A Crash Course in Armenian History - NYTimes.com

A Crash Course in Armenian History

Ancient Underground City of Derinkuyu in Turkey.   circa  1700 b.c.e.....kinda like in the coming race

Found in Ancient Underground City of Derinkuyu in Turkey. could hold men woman children and livestock, 13 stories, ventilation shafts, that bring air to deepest levels, part of network of several underground complexes living quarters across Cappadocia

Stone Head at Nemrut Dağı, Turkey (Kathy comment; Is it possible the head coverings are concealing elongated skulls? Possibly these were built by the Watchers or Nephilim honoring themselves.)

Stone Head at Nemrut Dağı, Turkey (Kathy comment; Is it possible the head coverings are concealing elongated skulls? Possibly these were built by the Watchers or Nephilim honoring themselves.

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