Armenian Radio in Hungary

Armenian Radio in Hungary

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Armenian Radio in Hungary was founded in 1998. In 1989 , when Hungary was proclaimed as a republic, minorities living in Hungary had different rights. In 1994, 13 minorities received…

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'Forgotten calamity': Today marks 30th anniversary of devastating earthquake in Armenia

'Forgotten calamity': Today marks 30th anniversary of devastating earthquake in Armenia

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Thirty years ago today, on December 7th 1988, the devastating magnitude 6.8 earthquake shook Armenia, covering 40% of the country's territory.In a matter of seconds, the second and third largest…

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Volunteering in Armenian Cultural Fund from 2018-2019

Volunteering in Armenian Cultural Fund from 2018-2019

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Since 2005 volunteers have been involved in the activities and cultural events of the Armenian Cultural Fund, being participants of the European Voluntary Service. The program enables volunteers to participate…

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"Hotel Yerevan" theatre in Veszprem

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On November 9th, the "Hotel Yerevan" comedy by the Urartu Armenian Theater took place at the Veszprem Cultural House. Theater is a comedy story about Armenian family, in which events…

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400 year old Armenian church in Turkey on the verge of destruction

A 400-year-old Armenian church located in Van Province of eastern Turkey is on the verge of full destruction, having been targeted by treasure hunters for hundreds of years.

The walls of St. Stepanos Church are almost completely destroyed, with deep holes dug inside the church.

Treasure hunters have also damaged the tombstones close to the church, one of the unique examples of medieval Armenian architecture.

The part of the church that managed to keep standing despite the attacks is at risk of a total collapse, the source said.

Located at Aksorik mountainside and near Bend-i Mahibrook in Muradiye, Van, St. Stephanos Church was built in 17th century.

St. Stephanos Church and its monastery, which is among the important constructions that managed to keep standing despite the damage of hundreds of years, has seen the greatest destruction of its history in the last 50 years.

St. Stepanos Church operated until the 1915 Armenian Genocide, being one of the most important places of prayer for Armenians.

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