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The rich history of Armenians in the Netherlands and Belgium

Armenian printing Where there are Armenians, there will definitely be Armenian churches and books… In 1656, the Armenian Patriarch sent

The rich history of Armenians in Netherlands and Belgium

The Armenian community in Amsterdam was small at first. About 800 Armenian names appear in the notarial deeds of the

The rich history of Armenians in the Netherlands and Belgium

Armenian merchant with a monkey, approx. 1700-1725, from the Dutch National State Museum During the 17th and 18th centuries, Armenian

The rich history of Armenians in the Netherlands and Belgium

Armenian merchants first appeared in the Netherlands and Belgium in the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries, when Dutch merchants arrived

The Armenians’s Rich History of Armenians in the Netherlands and Belgium

Bust of Saint Servatius in Maastricht Basilica (Netherlands) Armenians rich history in the Netherlands and Belgium. Part one Armenian traces

Pre-Christian Armenian – language inscription

THE HISTORY OF A FORGOTTEN SCULPTURE The first information about this sculpture is given by literary and art critic Garegin

Indo-European Homeland: The Revival of the Armenian Hypothesis

WESTERN ARMENIA – Because of recent developments in linguistics and especially archeaogenetics there has been a renewed interest in the

Archaeologists discover secret geometric figures in Portasar

The discovery by archaeologists shows that the ancient Portasar structure in Western Armenia has a more complex structure than previously

Ruins of a 3000-year old Armenian castle found in Lake Van – Western Armenia

The 3,000-year-old remains of an ancient fortification have been discovered at the bottom of Western Armenia’s largest lake. The castle

A 4,000-year-old olive stone found in Cilicia

During the excavations in Cilicia,  a 4,000-year-old olive stones were found.It is now being investigated whether the historic stone carries