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Old Bridge Of Sanahin: Unesco World Heritage Site

Old Bridge Of Sanahin

Sanahin Bridge, built in 1195 over the heavy waves of the river Debed, is one of the significant architectural compositions of medieval Armenia. The structure was built by order of Armenian queen Vaneni, the sister of Zakare and Ivane Zakaryan. Owing to its firmness...

The Last Armenian King Is Not Buried In Armenia

King Leon V

The remains of the last Armenian king rest in the Basilica of St. Denis, France, alongside other members of French monarchy. Leon V was the last king of the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia. Cilicia had served for almost three centuries as a bastion of Christianity...

The Destruction Of Djulfa Khachkars

Djulfa Khachkars

Located in the Azerbaijan's enclave of Nakhichevan, on the banks of the Araxes river, there was a beautiful, mysterious place called Djulfa - a site of a medieval necropolis, the largest ancient Armenian cemetery in the world. Visitors through the centuries, from Alexandre de Rhodes...