Armenian National Archive to hold exhibitions in Moscow and Crimea
National archive of Armenia in near future will organize exhibitions in Crimea and Moscow: important documents will be introduced to international society.
Armenpress reports that the director of the archive Amatuni Virabyan mentioned during the press conference on July 19 that the exhibition in Crimea which will be held in the beginning of October will be named “Armenian Churches of Crimea”. The exhibition has the aim to shot the foreigners the role and investment of Armenians which they had in cultural-public life of different countries.
“The Armenian community of Crimea is not very organized and the exhibition will be a way of strengthening it” he said adding that the photos of Armenian Churches, documents, books will be presented during the exhibition in Crimea. In May 2013 “Armenians for Moscow” exhibition will be opened in Moscow which will present that Armenian nation began to live in Russia since the 18th century. “There are so many Armenian traces in Moscow that it is difficult to introduce them all during one exhibition” he said.