Blog Posts - Armenian History



Nagorno Karabakh is an ancient part of Armenia

The Bolshevik Government in Russia aligned with Germany (1918) and later with Turkey (1920). As a result of this betrayal Turkey started a new war against the young Republic of Armenia. At the same time Bolsheviks attacked Armenia from the east. &nbs...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Oct 19, 2015

Saghmosavank: A place of everlasting impression

We are really proud of the architectural heritage of Armenian churches and monasteries throughout all of the Armenian highlands. One of the most astonishing pieces of architecture is Saghmosavank, located in the Aragatsotn region. The main church...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Aug 17, 2012

Saghmosavank: A place of everlasting impression

We are really proud of the architectural heritage of Armenian churches and monasteries throughout all of the Armenian highlands. One of the most astonishing pieces of architecture is Saghmosavank, located in the Aragatsotn region. The main church...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Aug 17, 2012

Vahanavank: the Undiscovered Treasure

Many people know Armenia by its highly popular tourist destinations – Sevan, Garni, Tatev, Noravank, Dilijan and some others. Even we – native Armenians, know so little about the hidden treasures of our country. The thing is that those undiscover...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Jul 12, 2012

The Armenian Genocide

The Armenian Genocide was carried out by the "Young Turk" government of the Ottoman Empire in 1915-1916 (with subsidiaries to 1922-23). One and a half million Armenians were killed, out of a total of two and a half million Armenians in the Ottoman Em...
by Speedy's Media on Dec 22, 2011


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