Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Basic_A - Armenia Culture Bookstore
Page 3     41-60 of 98    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Armenia Culture:     more books (55)
  1. Armenian Tsopk/Kharpert (Ucla Armenian History and Culture Series. Historic Armenian Cities and Provinces, 3)
  2. Armenian Rugs: Fabric of a Culture
  3. A History of Armenia by Vahan M. Kurkjian, 2008-03-29
  4. Armenia: Cradle of Civilization by David Marshall Lang, 1980-12
  5. Armenian Folk Arts, Culture, and Identity:
  6. The Armenians: Art, Culture and Religion by Nira Stone, 2007-08-05
  7. AN ANTHOLOGY OF LEGEDNS AND POEMS OF ARMENIA by Zabelle C. Boyajian, Aram Raffi, 2008-06-09
  8. Cultures of the World, Group 14
  9. Social Issues in Armenia by Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, et all 2010-07-02
  10. Nagorno-Karabakh: Ethnic Conflict or Geopolitics?: Exploring the dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan by Ibrahim Ismayilov, 2010-03-11
  11. History and culture of the Armenians by Arthur Bayramyan, 2001
  12. Armenian miniature painting (Armenian culture) by Hravard Hakobyan, 1987
  13. The Armenians, from prehistoric times to the present: A digest of their history, religion, language, literature, arts and culture in general by Sisak Hakob Varzhapetean, 1982
  14. David the Invincible and Armenian musical culture by Nikoghos Tʻahmizyan, 1980

41. Resilience And Culture/Ethnicity Examples From Sudan, Namibia, And Armenia
FullText Publications. Resilience and culture/Ethnicity Examplesfrom Sudan, Namibia, and armenia 1. Edith H. Grotberg, Ph.D. The
Full-Text Publications
Resilience and Culture/Ethnicity
Examples from Sudan, Namibia, and Armenia
Edith H. Grotberg, Ph.D.
Differentiating culture/ethnic groups
The limits of identifying characteristics unique to cultural/ethnic groups are well described by J.S. Phinney (1996). In reviewing the literature, she indicates that much of the research is limited in definition, measurement and differentiation of group characteristics. The results are generalizations rather than specifics about whether a cultural/ethnic group stresses individualism more than collectivism; independence more than interdependence; separation more than family affiliation; acquisition for self more than generosity; self-fulfillment more than interpersonal harmony. And these are not categorical so much as dimensions along which individuals and groups vary and, indeed, change over time. Not only are cultural/ethnic characteristics on a continuum, they are also variable as a result of changes in society and of various program interventions. Some examples are provided, including three studies from Sudan; the International Resilience Research Project (IRRP), which involved four countries of the Pacific Rim; and research in Singapore, and in Taiwan, also from the Rim. Another study (Cheong, 1996), occurred in Singapore, making comparisons with other neighboring cultural/ethnic groups. The intent was to identify changes in traditional values of harmony, group orientation, etc., to more western values of independence , competition, etc. The results seemed clear that independence and competition were emerging as values, especially in the economic area. The International Resilience Research Project, which gathered data from Taiwan, Japan, Vietnam and Thailand, found that in Taiwan and Japan, educational competition occurred as early as the preschool level, where tutors are often hired to prepare the young children for an educational advantage when they enter school and also while continuing school. Another study in Taiwan by Rosina Chia, et al., (1997) indicated that Chinese are competitive and aggressive with outside groups but not with inside groups, where vertical relationships demand obedience and dependence.

42. Culture, Identity And Relations Between Armenia And The Dispersion
The idea, as said, is to offer expertise and help establish and fosterdirect contact with the people of armenia and its culture.
Culture, Identity and Relations Between Armenia and the Dispersion Prepared for the Armenia Diaspora Conference
September 22-23, 1999
Caveat W hat brings us together here in Armenia, is the realization that relations between Armenia and the Armenian Dispersion could be markedly improved if the nature, scope and means of accomplishing such relations were to be clearly understood and defined in the best interests of both entities. This initiative by the government of Armenia is a timely response to growing desires and needs, concerns and uncertainties, and a welcome opportunity to ponder, explore and perhaps plan meaningful and practical relations. I am grateful to those of my friends, colleagues, and students, who at very short notice shared some helpful ideas with me. They may not, however, endorse the views I express here, since, due to time constraints, I had no opportunity of holding final consultations with them before forwarding the final version of this report to the Organizing Committee. My report is necessarily brief and is intended to be an honest and open discussion of a number of issues, mainly cultural, and some hard and harsh realities, many of which may be painful and hurtful.

43. Armenia: The Country, The Culture
armenia, The Country, The culture is a 30 minute long documentaryabout armenia. Touching its history, as well as its culture. It
Vartan Mamigonyan at the battle of Avarayr, against the
Persians for the Christianity of the Armenians in 451 AD
Gomidas, an important clergy-man
and musician of the early 20th century
The Kohr Virap Church, location of the pit of St. Gregory the Illuminator.
St. Gregory was thrown into a pit here (which was the location of the
municipal gaol at the time) for telling people about the Christian
faith around 285 AD by King Dirtad III. 13 years later he fell very ill, and the
King's sister had dreams about St. Gregory healing him. So, he was pulled
out and the King was healed by St. Gregory's prayers. The entire Armenian people
were converted to Christianity in 301 AD. This is a view from above of the Statue of St. Mesrop Mashtotes, the creator of the Armenian Alphabet Armenia, The Country, The Culture is a 30 minute long documentary about Armenia. Touching its history, as well as its culture. It starts at the story of the adoption of Christianity, then moves to creating the alphabet. From there, you hear history of the country from the creation of the alphabet to the current times. You also see the beautiful fine arts of the Armenians, and the music and dance of the region. Throughout the entire film, you see and hear Armenian culture, even music from the times. ©2002 Arabian Productions

44. ARMENIA-National Character And Culture
Ever since AD 301, when armenia became the first nation to adopt Christianity as Thechurch is firmly rooted in armenian culture, and even in the land itself.
Make a Selection What Are Armenians Like? What's in a Name? Armenian Artwork Armenian Music Armenian Dance Other Entertainment The Importance of Literature Introduction A deep devotion to their faith and language has helped Armenians preserve their identity over centuries of invasion and occupation. In a way, the ancient Armenian church and the and the Armenian alphabet have been identity cards for the Armenian people. Ever since A.D. 301, when Armenia became the first nation to adopt Christianity as its state religion, Armenians have looked to the church to preserve their national character and to provide education and leadership. The church is firmly rooted in Armenian culture, and even in the land itself.
The entire church complex of Geghard Monastery, for example, is actually part of the land. This thirteenth century natural and human-made wonder, complete with dark passageways and caves, is curved out of the face of a mountain. Many churches and dwellings were built in this way to protect the Armenians from invaders. While the artistic beauty of such churches makes them national monuments, they are not just places to attend mass. Built on some of the most dramatic cliffs and in some of the most scenic spots in Armenia, church grounds and ancient cave dwellings are also cosidered the best locations for picnics and celebrations.
The Armenian language, the other key to the Armenian national identity, was spoken long before the Armenian alphabet was created in A.D. 406. There are three forms of the Armenian language. Classical Armenian, or

45. Untitled
Was increasing the influence of Roman culture on the culture of armenia. Araband Turk occupations partly destroyed the culture of armenia.
ERMC/AUA. : State of the Environment Armenia Armenian Culture Armenian culture in beginning of development of Armenians as a folk had a strong influence of Shoumer and Accadian cultures. Probably this influenced on development of fine arts, cuneiform, even language of first Armenians. It had a great influence of Assyrian and Babylonian cultures. We know, that people that time could build beautiful towns, they mastered many crafts, including processing of metal (iron, bronze). Urartian people had a very large pantheon and myths, but none of them is known now. Armenian pantheon was alike Hellenistic. From material culture of that time are known a pagan church in Garni (1st century before our era), were found many golden coins, monuments, etc. During the epoch of Tigran II the Great Hellenistic culture spreads in Armenia. It influenced on architecture, literature, music, theater. Though theater was not a new thing for Armenians: they had a primitive folk theater, but Hellenistic culture brought tragedies and comedies of Greek authors, and Greek actors showed them to Armenian kings and noblemen. Armenians also began to write dramas to be shown in theater. Were created not only dramatic, but also historical and philosophical works. All the literature of that period was on Greek language. Many Armenian princes were educated in Greece. Was increasing the influence of Roman culture on the culture of Armenia. Armenian Christian culture brought with her new music, literature, architecture. Theater was forbidden. Literature began to develop Christian way: the main themes were the problems of God and a human being. Were built beautiful churches, and some of them are stood till our days. Appeared a need in a native alphabet, and it was created in 405 by Mesrop Mashtots. Began the development of historiography; were created such works as "History of Armenia till Our Days" (middle of 5th century). Generally it is possible to say that the 5th century became the "Golden century" for Armenian Christian culture. As an event of Armenian Christian culture we can consider khachkars- cross- stones (big stones with crosses on them, made very accurately). Khachkars are found only in Armenia and nowhere else.

46. State Reservations Of Armenia
counterparts. Authors Sergey E. Harutyunyan Hakob Hakobian ReferencesZhamkochian K. History and culture of armenia , Yerevan, 1987.
In the mountains of nowadays Armenia( in the south, close to town Goris), the first observatory Karahoonj (kar-means stone, hoonj-means voice, sound) was created. It has a history of 7.500 years and scientists believe, that there is a tight connection between the observatory in Armenia and Stonehenge in Britain, since the latter is much younger (about 4000 years) and the name itself is similar to the Armenian name and the second half of the name(hange) does not really mean anything in English. During the epoch of Tigran II the Great Hellenistic culture spread throughout Armenia. It influenced architecture, literature, music, theater. Though the theater was not something new for Armenians, it was a primitive folk theater, where stories taken from the everyday life of the people were being performed.Hellenistic theater introduced various generes: tragedies and comedies of Greek authors, dramas, sometimes Greek actors performed for the Armenian kings and noblemen. Armenians also began to write dramas. There were created not only dramatic, but also many historical and philosophical works. All the literature of that period was in Greek language, since there was no Armenian alphabet at that time. Many Armenian princes were educated in Greece. At that time the influence of the Roman culture increased. Armenian Christian culture brought with her new types and styles of music, literature and architecture. Theater was prohibited. Literature began to develop in Christian way: the main themes were the problems of God and human being. Many beautiful churches were built, some of them have survived till our days. There was a great need for theArmenian alphabet. In 405 A.D. Mesrop Mashtots, the great Armenian scholar, created theArmenian alphabet. Many Armenian scholars of that time wrote prominent books on History of the country, due to which we are able to learn both about the contemporary and ancient history of the country before our era. Movses Khorenatsi, famous armenian historian wrote "History of Armenia till Our Days" (middle of 5th century). Generally, it is possible to say that the 5th century became the "Golden century" for Armenian Christian culture.

47. Armenia TV Company Culture
2002, armenia TV Company.

About company Our programs Announcements News Guest Book Satellite last update: document.write(""+document.lastModified+"")
Top News
Politics Economy Regional News ... About Us
MONUMENT TO IVAN AYVAZOVSKY ERECTED IN YEREVAN A monument to the great Armenian marine painter Ivan Ayvazovsky was set up today in central Yerevan near Komitas Chamber Music House. The official opening of the monument will take place later. Ivan Aivazovsky (Hovhannes Ayvazian) was born in 1817 in the family of a merchant of Armenian origin in the town of Feodosia, Crimea. He graduated from St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where he took the landscape painting course and was especially interested in marine landscapes. In 1837, Aivazovsky received the Major Gold Medal for Calm in the Gulf of Finland (1836) and The Great Roads at Kronstadt (1836), which allowed him to go on a long study trip abroad. Aivazovsky evolved his own method of depicting the motion of the sea from memory, without preliminary sketches, limiting himself to rough pencil outlines. He traveled much with Russian fleet expeditions on different missions, visiting visited Turkey, Greece, Egypt, America and spent much money for charity, especially for his native town, he opened in Feodosia the first School of Arts (in 1865), then the Art Gallery (in 1889). He was a member of Academies of Stuttgart, Florence, Rome and Amsterdam. He died in 1990.

48. - Levon Travel - Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Many European Countries, Tours, Vaca
Georgia Tours Georgia , culture and Nature Period 2003. Size 2 40 Passengers.Itinerary Georgia , culture and Nature. Guide Multi-lingual.
Georgia Home Visa Information Georgia Tours
Georgia , Culture and Nature Period: OTHER TOURS Bird's Eye-View Caucasus Wonders Culture and Nature Homeland of Wine Welcome to Georgia Tours and Related Services
Contact us
Hotel: Various Occupancy: Double, Single is extra Size: 2 - 40 Passengers Itinerary: Georgia , Culture and Nature Guide: Multi-lingual Meals: Full Board;
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included Trasportation: Full Transportation, Transfer Included Special Event: none Prices See chart bellow Items Included with price Itinerary Day 1 Arrival to Tbilisi. Passport control. Proceed to Hotel, overnight. Day 2 Breakfast at hotel. Tbilisi City tour: All sightseeing (Sioni cathedral, Metekhi church, National History museum, State Arts museum, Modern Art gallery, etc). Return to hotel, evening free, overnight.

49. Tour Armenia: History
while borrowing from surrounding or ruling cultures, never lost its essential nature,so that it is possible to trace the roots of armenia's culture to the
HISTORY 1: Background APOLOGIA BACKGROUND MAP WHERE IS ARMENIA? Abbreviations and Terms: Dating System:
BCE (Before Common Era), and CE (Common Era). Traditionalists can think “BC” and “AD” for the same terms. Genders:
Translations include feminine and masculine genders, according to the language. Some of the old languages used feminine and masculine terms, and some like French and Russian still do.
One of the amazing things about visiting Armenia is that the more you look around, the older the place gets. Recent History in Armenia starts in the 4th c. CE, and then goes back to the time Alexander the Great began his conquest of the known world. Just Getting Started History begins with the first great Ancestral Armenian Empire, Urartu, which rose around 1250 BCE, a potent rival to the Assyrians and Babylonians.
Then there is the Beginning to Get Old History , which begins at the time of Troy, goes past the Old Dynasty era to the Cradle of Civilization, when humans created the first cities, discovered the wheel, and uncovered the secrets of copper, bronze and iron. But what really begins to tests your ability to comprehend history at all, is that Armenia's history

50. WebGuest - Open Directory : Regional : Asia : Armenia : Society And Culture
Top Regional Asia armenia Society and culture (120). Chat (11); Genealogy(12); Guides and Directories (5); History (10); Humor (7). Language@ (8);
To find books that are related to this page,
visit the WebGuest Bookstore
About Us

Privacy Statement

Acceptable Use Policy
... Contact Us
the entire directory only in Armenia/Society_and_Culture Top Regional Asia Armenia : Society and Culture
See also:
  • Armenia and Jews - Offers country data, brief information on the Jewish community, its relations with Armenians and bilateral relations with Israel.
  • Armenia: Portraits of Survival - A photo-essay by Jerry Berndt depicting suffering in the country after the 1988 earthquake and the economic crisis following the collapse of the USSR. Features an introduction by Professor Donald Miller of USC.
  • The Armenian Flag - Includes specifications, proportions, interpretation of the colors and laws on the national symbols.
  • Armenian Heritage Organization - Introduces the Armenian culture, art, history, homeland and traditions.
  • Armenian Openweb Workshop - Presents web projects.
  • Armenian World - A portal devoted to history, culture, arts and entertainment. Includes also a section about the novelist William Saroyan and various links.

51. WebGuest - Open Directory Regional Asia Armenia Society
Asia Society and culture Genealogy (8); Regional Europe Society and cultureGenealogy (0); Society Genealogy (5,313). Sites armenia Genealogy Forum A

52. Armenia
AS one consequence, armenian culture retains many of the features imposed by numerousinvaders. The first records of armenia date back to the ninth century BC
Note: this page is ALWAYS under construction!
Armenia covers 11,500 square miles in the southern Caucasus, which is an area slightly larger than the state of Maryland. This landlocked republic is bordered by Georgia to the North, Turkey to the West, and Iran to the South. A narrow strip of Armenian land to the East and the Southwest separates the Nakhichevan territory of Azerbaijan from Azerbaijan proper. Much of Armenia is a rugged plateau of ridges, narrow valleys, extinct volcanoes, and small rivers and streams. The climate is varies: mild and cool in the highlands and hot in the semi-arid lowlands. Lake Sevan, the largest lake in Armenia, is surrounded by extinct volcanoes. Known as Armenia's Pearl, this lake serves as the main reservoir of Armenia's irrigation system. Armenia's main rives include the Araks River, which flows into the Caspian Sea, and the Hrazdan, which flows from Lake Sevan into the Araks River in a series of majestic waterfalls. The Araks and Hrazdan Rivers provide almost all of Armenia's electric power. The Ararat plain is now the most densely populated area in Armenia, and, with irrigation, supports crops such as cotton, fruit trees, and the vineyards from which Armenia's famous cognacs are made. Armenia was once covered by many forests. During the industrialization drive of the Soviet er, most of these forests were cut down. Although reforestation has alleviated this ecological problem to some extent, the last few years have been disastrous. Due to the continuing blockade of energy supplies to Armenia from neighboring Azerbaijan, almost all the trees have been cut down to provide desperately needed fuel for heating and cooking.

53. Culture TV Launched In Armenia
May 13, 1999 , 0, culture TV launched in armenia. A new TV company, culture, will start broadcasting in armenia from 10th May, armenian
Armenia: Article CEE/NIS Albania Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Bosnia-Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Estonia Georgia Hungary Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Latvia Lithuania Macedonia Moldova Mongolia Poland Romania Russia Slovakia Slovenia Tajikistan Turkmenistan Ukraine Uzbekistan Yugoslavia Search Site for In CEE/NIS Albania Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Bosnia-Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Estonia Georgia Hungary Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Latvia Lithuania Macedonia Moldova Mongolia Poland Romania Russia Slovakia Slovenia Tajikistan Turkmenistan Ukraine Uzbekistan Yugoslavia

Media Assistance
Media Outlets Press Overview ...
Training Archive

This site is
sponsored by the
Open Society Institute

The Freedom Forum

and friends of ICFJ.
May 13, 1999 - ,
Culture TV launched in Armenia
A new TV company, "Culture," will start broadcasting in Armenia from 10th May, Armenian News Agency Snark reported on May 7, 1999. The new TV station will broadcast in VHF and cover 90 percent of the republic's entire territory. It will be headed by Armen Smbatyan, currently Rector of the Yerevan State Conservatory. According to Snark, financing of the new TV channel is provided by the Armenian-Russian joint-stock company Prometey Zakneftgazstroy [Transcaucasian Oil and Gas Construction]. A contract has been signed with the Armenian Ministry of Post and Telecommunications on the allocation of radio relay communications and leasing of state rebroadcasting stations.

54. DINO - Language: Englisch - Regional - Asia - Armenia - Society And Culture
neuen Fenster Hye Etch Book with information on armenian history, culture, arts,and Link öffnet sich in einem neuen Fenster Infoyouth armenia - Includes a
Suche Profi-Suche Katalog Video ... Produkte Suchen: Web-Seiten Video Audio Bilder Produkte Schon gewusst? Hier suchen Sie in 2 Milliarden Webseiten. Live-Suche: Was suchen andere Dino-Besucher?
You are here: DINO Language Englisch Regional ... Armenia Society and Culture Society and Culture This categorie in other languages
Armenian French Russian
Categories Chat
Guides and Directories
Personal Pages Politics Religion Related Categories DINO - Language: Englisch - Regional - Europe - Society and Culture Websites Amnesty International Appeals against Death Sentences - Press release about an appeal against death sentences for three prisoners, hosted by World History Archives. [Verwandte Websites] Armenia and Jews - Offers country data, brief information on the Jewish community, its relations with Armenians and bilateral relations with Israel. [Verwandte Websites] Armenia: Portraits of Survival - A photo-essay by Jerry Berndt depicting suffering in the country after the 1988 earthquake and the economic crisis following the collapse of the USSR. Features an introduction by Professor Donald Miller of USC.

55. DINO-Online - Diese Seite Kann Leider Nicht Angezeigt Werden.
Hilfe zu diesem Thema aufrufen. You are here DINO Language Englisch Regional Asia armenia Society and culture Personal Pages Personal Pages,
Suche Profi-Suche Katalog Video ... Produkte Suchen: Web-Seiten Video Audio Bilder Produkte Schon gewusst? Hier suchen Sie in 2 Milliarden Webseiten. Live-Suche: Was suchen andere Dino-Besucher?
You are here: DINO Language Englisch Sprache/Language
Leider kann diese Seite zur Zeit nicht angezeigt werden.
Zur DINO-Startseite
AKTUELLE Nachrichten Topthemen



Seite Drucken Zum Seitenanfang Home ... Home
Weitere Angebote der AG: ...

56. HyeEtch - Arts & Culture
. Arts and culture of armenia By Hye Etch. Introduction. he “Arts”are the fingerprints of a nation, left behind throughout the
History Architecture Manuscript Paintings ... Art of Book
Arts and culture of Armenia By Hye Etch Introduction he “Arts” are the fingerprints of a nation, left behind throughout the ages for others to examine, admire and learn. It’s a window through which the sole of a nation is portrayed. It’s a reflection of its culture during triumph, defeat, joy and sorrow. The Arts of Armenia have been dated back centuries before Christ. It has survived religious and political turbulence, unrest and persecution throughout the existence of this proud and culturally advanced nation. This chapter introduces the reader to Armenia’s artistic and cultural riches, her exquisite architecture and delicately carved Khachkars (sculpture), her precious metalwork in gold, silver and bronze, her fine lace needlework and highly appraised carpets, her music and dance and much more. Pictures and illustrations are provided, as visual aids to assist the reader to better understand their subject. By clicking on an image, an enlarged version will be displayed accompanied by a caption. here to get in touch with us.

57. HyeEtch - Arts & Culture - History P1
rmenian art has been profoundly influenced by armenian culture, armenia'slong history, everchanging geography and unique mountainous landscape.
History Architecture Manuscript Paintings ... Art of Book
History (Art and Culture) rmenian art has been profoundly influenced by Armenian culture, Armenia's long history, ever-changing geography and unique mountainous landscape. One of the most important periods of Armenian art was that from the ninth to the sixth centuries BC. Armenia was, at this point in history, the Kingdom of Van or Urartu. Citadels, temples, irrigation canals, carved stone seals, glass, ceramics, jewelry and arms were characteristic of Urartu's artistic endeavors. The Urartians were major producers of bronze objects. Excavation at the Urartian site of Karmir-Blur, begun in 1939 and continuing even today has resulted in the discovery of many household utensils, furniture decorations and pieces of military equipment such as helmets, arrows and shields fashioned out of bronze. Urartian smiths were also very skilled in the use of silver and gold. Vases, medallions and amulets were fashioned from silver while gold was used to create articles of jewelry. The smiths of this time are best remembered for their skill in decorating metal with mythological and animal forms. The intrinsic value of these metals made them prime targets for invaders who periodically looted the country. For this reason, metalwork of other periods cannot be documented as well.

58. Armenian Home Page - Culture
I interview someone? Hi! I am in highschool and I have to write areport on the culture of armenia, past and present. I have to

Click Here to Visit our Sponsor

Armenian Poetry NetArmenie Poetry

Armenian poetry in french
Armenian Poetry in armenian with armenian characters
This site contains armenian poetry by Taniel Varujan, Adom Yardjanian, Vahan Tekeian,Misak Medzarents, Rupen Sevag, Madteos Zarifian, Bedros Turian...
Official Website Of Nune Yesayan
Arev Armenian Folk Ensemble A tribute to Rouben Hakhverdian

Rouben Hakhverdian is one of the best Armenian singers/songwriters. This is his official website. The 7th of December
lyrics and music (MP3 format), written by Zenon Sarkisian for Armenian earthquake .
ANONYMON PATRIDON is a musical production, featuring Armenian classical poetry performed in Greek by upcoming star Michalis Hadgiyiannis and composed by renowned Cypriot composer Doros Georgiades.
Arthur Meschian and Apostles
One of the greatest Armenian musicians Arthur Meschian.
Armenian Songbook
Arax Band - Australia
Arax band have just released a new album called "Made in Armenia" with new sounds of reggae, rock, Jazz mixed with a touch of traditional Armenian music. This is Armenian music jumping right away from the 70's.

59. Armenian People And Culture
Travel Directory Europe armenia armenian Peopleand culture Add URL Search Travel Notes.
Travel Notes Europe Armenia Armenian People and Culture Add URL
Europe @ Travel Notes Albania


Vatican City
Armenian People and Culture The official language of Armenia is Armenian, an Indo-European language with a distinct 38-letter alphabet. In AD 301 Armenia became the first country in the world to adopt Christianity as its official religion. Armenia Diaspora
Information on the Armenia Diaspora Conference projects along with business and economic news and reviews, useful links and more about Armenia today. Armenian Art Galleries and Museums
Find out more about Armenian artists and where you can see their work. Armenian Churches
Armenian churches are rather unique. Travel around Armenia with this photographic presentation of the architecture devoted to communion. Armenian Cuisine
Armenian cuisine is as ancient as the history of Armenia, and a wonderful combination of different tastes and aromas. Closely related to eastern cuisine, various spices, vegetables, fish, and fruits combine to present a unique experience for any visitor to the country. Armenian Culture
Armenian Culture has earned its place in the history of the world by virtue of the fact that it is one of the oldest, continuous civilisations today.

60. Bits Of Culture - Armenia
Bits of culture. PointTo-Talk Booklets. Additional Resources. BITS OF culture- armenia. Languages. Map. Cultural Values. Main Religion Death Concepts/Rituals.
BITS OF CULTURE - Armenia Languages Map Cultural Values Health Care Values ... Interesting Facts Languages Official language:
Other languages:
Cultural Values
Health Care Values
Interesting Facts

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

Page 3     41-60 of 98    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | Next 20

free hit counter