Artsakh, the tenth province of Greater Armenia, was one of the centers of Armenian writing. Artsakh opened the first Mesrop Mashtots school in Amaras and laid the foundation for Armenian writing. Since the 11th-12th centuries, in parallel with the rise of church construction, the art and bibliography of writing have also been developing. Gandzasar, Khadavank, Dadivank, Gtchavank, Metsaranats St. Hakobea were proclaimed as centers of writing, as well as Monasteries of the Apostle Yeghishe, Irits Mankants, Gandzak. The deliberate destruction of cultural heritage is a crime committed during the war, and thus the international community calls for its protection and preservation as a means of achieving global well-being.