It's them - our great elders, who grant our Homeland to us .
Here comes Tumanyan, and the nation recognizes its Narekatsi in the depth of times. Here comes Saryan, and the nation recalls Roslin and painting. Here comes Viktor Hambardzumyan, and our eyes are gazing high into the sky... It's them - our great elders, who grant our Homeland to us.
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Author: Taleen Babayan
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