western Armneia (Now turkey," taghem aziznerd")

In this dask you can find plkaces that used to be Armenian, but more than 800 yeras ocupated by turkey
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Ani is a ruined and uninhabited medieval Armenian city-site situated in the Turkish province of Kars, near the border with Armenia. It was the capital of the medieval Armenian kingdom that covered much of present day Armenia and eastern Turkey.  by Paul Edward Williams

Ani is a ruined and uninhabited medieval Armenian city-site situated in the Turkish province of Kars, near the border with Armenia. It was the capital of the medieval Armenian kingdom that covered much of present day Armenia and eastern Turkey. by Paul Edward Williams

Armenia Kharberd

Armenia Kharberd

A Urartian cauldron, from the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Ankara

A Urartian cauldron, from the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Ankara

File:Urartian Art  Hermitage Museum Urartian-Anatolia

File:Urartian Art Hermitage Museum Urartian-Anatolia

Old Jugha Cemetery 166 - Armenian Old Jugha cemetery in Nakhichevan, currently included in Azerbaijan, was the largest Armenian cemetery ever known, included about 10,000 khachkars and several thousands tombstones of various shapes. Single khachkars were saved by moving to Armenia. The rest was completely bulldozed by Azerbaijani Turks in 2005. The photos here show what do not exist any longer. Photos are from 1903 up to 1987.

Old Jugha Cemetery 166 - Armenian Old Jugha cemetery in Nakhichevan, currently included in Azerbaijan, was the largest Armenian cemetery ever known, included about 10,000 khachkars and several thousands tombstones of various shapes. Single khachkars were saved by moving to Armenia. The rest was completely bulldozed by Azerbaijani Turks in 2005. The photos here show what do not exist any longer. Photos are from 1903 up to 1987.

Sword Levon VI-th, the last king of Cilician Armenia.

Sword Levon VI-th, the last king of Cilician Armenia.

Ani.  Julfa.  Gandzasar

Ani. Julfa. Gandzasar

Akner Armenian Church Adana

Akner Armenian Church Adana

TIGRANAKERT Capital of Empire of King Tigran The Great

TIGRANAKERT Capital of Empire of King Tigran The Great

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