Armenian Museum

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The Armenian Patriarchate has actively engaged the following persons for the Armenian Museum: Museum Staff: Mr. Harout Bezjian, Mr. Armen Mutafian and Mr. Haroutune Kevorkian (all from France); Artistic Director: Mr. Patrick Donabedian (France) Photographers: Mr. Zaven Sarkissian (Armenia) and Mr. Hrayr Pazeh Khacherian (Canada)

350th Anniversary of the first printed Armenian Bible

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On November the 13th an exhibition was festively opened in Amsterdam, dedicated to 350th anniversary of the first printed Armenian Bible, printed by Voskan Yerevantsi. The exhibition is part of the Special Collections of the University of Amsterdam, in cooperation with the St. Krikor Narekatsi School and the Armenian Apostolic Continue Reading →

Visit to Auschwitz

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In the beginning of this month, an interfaith delegation of the Council of Religious Leaders in Israel traveled together to Poland, in order to visit Auschwitz. The Reverend Father Koryoun Baghdasaryan represented the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem in this commission. The religious leaders met with the Cardinal of Krakow and Continue Reading →

Letter of Mrs Gefen, coordinator of the Charlotta Chorale of Tel Aviv

We received this letter from Mrs Gefen, the coordinator of the Charlotta Chorale: “His Beatitude Archbishop Nourhan Manougian Armenian Patriarch of Jerusalem Your Beatitude: I write on behalf of Charlotta Chorale of Tel Aviv and our veteran Israeli chorus master, Eli Gefen. We are a Jewish classical ensemble of 18 Continue Reading →

Reaction to disruption of participation in the Manofim Contemporary Art festival

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Published with permission of Mrs. Sudilovsky: Tonight my husband and I had been looking forward to taking our sons to the final event of the Manofim Art festival at the Binyan Clal building in downtown where you were to be one of the choirs performing in the new space my Continue Reading →