Category: Armenia

April 24, 2012

Auchan Soon in Armenia

Jean-Paul Filliat, international franchising director for Auchan Group’s chain of hypermarkets, told Armenian capital mayor Karen Karapetian yesterday (28.09.11) that Auchan was ready to implement large investment projects in Yerevan. “Yerevan is a serious partner and our company is ready

Stereo: Lebanese Armenian Restaurant

Photos courtesy of a friend who is on a business trip to Jeddah in Saudi Arabia, a Lebanese-Armenian Restaurant that he enjoyed. For those who are wondering about the link with “Stereo”, please refer to Ziad Rahbani play “Film Ameriki

April 24, The Armenian Genocide

Mount Ararat is Armenian

Mount Ararat is Armenian and belongs to Armenia, there is not doubt about it. Why am I raising this issue now? First because i always wanted to do this, second because of something i saw online few days ago, pushed

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To All Armenians Orthodox

The Etchmiadzin Cathedral is the oldest church built by the state in the world. It was originally built by Saint Gregory the Illuminator as a vaulted basilica in 301-303, when Armenia was the only country in the world the state

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The Armenian Genocide

The Armenian Genocide also known as the Armenian Holocaust – refers to the deliberate and systematic destruction (genocide) of the Armenian population of the Ottoman Empire during and just after World War. The starting date of the genocide is conventionally

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William Saroyan

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Armenian Diaspora

The Armenian diaspora is a term used to describe the communities of Armenians living outside of Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh. Of the total Armenian population living worldwide (in 2004 estimated to be 9,000,000), only about 3,000,000 live in Armenia and about

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24th of April, The Armenian Genocide

Another year goes by, and still we remember our martyrs! The date of the onset of the genocide is conventionally held to be April 24, 1915, the day that Ottoman authorities arrested some 250 Armenian intellectuals and community leaders ,