Ghazaros Aghayan was born on April 5, 1840 in Bolnis Khachen (now in Georgia) Armenian village. His preliminary education he received in birthplace and at the priest of Shamshulda village Ter-Petros. [...]
Tigran Petrosian was a Soviet Armenian Grandmaster, and World Chess Champion from 1963 to 1969. He was nicknamed "Iron Tigran" due to his almost impenetrable defensive playing style, which emphasised [...]
The victory of every nation, first of all is, the result of national unity that should be built on reasonable calculations
Monte Melkonian, one of the symbols of the Artsakh war, was[...]
Aram Khachaturian is a talented composer, whose compositions became part of the music classics of the 20-th century. His name is recognized throughout the world, and the compositions are performed wor[...]
Naghash Hovnatan was an Armenian writer, artist, poet, ashugh, born in 1661 in the village of Shorot (currently located in Nakhijevan region). He was the representative of the Hovnatanyan family. He[...]
Dear school leavers,
I cordially congratulate you on the most exciting moment of life- the Last School Bell. During your school years you gained knowledge about our culture,history, language and lite[...]
Ohan Durian was outstanding Armenian composer and conductor. He was born Hanna Khatchadurian in Jerusalem. From 1939 to 1945 he studied composition, conducting and organ at the Jerusalem Conservatory.[...]
Sergey Mergelyan was an outstanding, world-famous mathematician, who established the grounds for the development of information technology in Armenia.
He was born in Simferopol, Crimea (then Russia),[...]
Every year on May 18, museum workers around the world celebrate their professional holiday - the International Museum Day. It appeared on the calendar in 1977, when the regular session of the ICOM (In[...]
Gabriel Aivazovsky was an Armenian archbishop, scientist, historian, and the brother of the famous artist Ivan Aivazovsky.
Gabriel Aivazovsky, the first editor of the "Bazmavep", was born on May 10 [...]
On May 1, many countries of the world celebrate an international holiday - Labor Day (or Spring and Labor Day), which was originally called the International Workers' Solidarity Day. On May 1 1886, Am[...]