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Khachkars (Cross Stones) at the medieval Monastery of Geghard, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Armenia Places Around The World, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Around The Worlds, Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Armenia Travel, Beau Site

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The silk road, near Selim passage, Armenia. Մետաքսի ճանապարհ-Սելիմի լեռնանցք. The Armenian section of the Silk Road covered 550 kilometers – it passed through what is now the Armenian-Georgian border to what is now the Armenian-Iranian border. It is now presented with 14 signboards in five languages with landmarks in historical Goris, Meghri, Selim mountain pass and others. The 14th century “roadhouse” in the Selim Pass was a resting place for merchants along Armenia’s section of the Silk…

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Pray whisper from Utah աղոթքի փսփսոց Յուտա-ից

Armenians follow Christianity, which has existed in Armenia for over 1,700 years. Christianity was first introduced by the apostles Bartholomew and Thaddeus in the 1st century AD. Armenia became the first country to establish Christianity as its state religion when, in an event traditionally dated to 301 AD, St. Gregory the Illuminator convinced Tiridates III, the king of Armenia, to convert to Christianity. Before this, the dominant religion was Zoroastrianism and to a smaller degree…

The famous blue-bordered sari of Mother Teresa, who has been canonised as Saint Teresa of Calcutta by the Vatican, has been recognised as an Intellectual Saint Teresa Of Calcutta, List Of Famous People, Mother Teresa Quotes, Love And Forgiveness, Nobel Peace Prize, Pope Francis, Portraits, Most Beautiful, Sisters

Mother Teresa Was Armenian

Mother Teresa Was Armenian She said she was Armenian when she met with Catholicos Vazgen I, during her visit to Etchmiadzin in late 1988, after the disastrous earthquake. The surname of her father, who escaped from Western Armenia to Albania, is Boyajyan. Her mother is Albanian Christian