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© Artur Barseghyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Girl-Ashtarak.

© Artur Barseghyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Girl-Ashtarak.

© Harout Abrahamyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Happy independence day.

© Harout Abrahamyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Happy independence day.

© Madelaine Ekserciyan (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Dilijan Lady – Dilijan – These lady was waiting in complete peace while she was waiting for the customers.

© Madelaine Ekserciyan (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Dilijan Lady – Dilijan – These lady was waiting in complete peace while she was waiting for the customers.

© Anna Karapetyan (Yerevan, Armenia).

© Vahan Abrahamyan (Vanadzor, Armenia). Resting forester in Tavush region.

© Vahan Abrahamyan (Vanadzor, Armenia). Resting forester in Tavush region.

© Tatev Mnatsakanyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Honoured famous journalist (born 1922) from Alexandria, Hasmik Pampokchyan.

© Tatev Mnatsakanyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Honoured famous journalist (born 1922) from Alexandria, Hasmik Pampokchyan.

© Edgar Martirosyan (Byuregavan, Armenia). Little Girl in Erevan.

© Edgar Martirosyan (Byuregavan, Armenia). Little Girl in Erevan.

© Tatev Mnatsakanyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Honoured famous scientist, Sen Arevshatyan.

© Tatev Mnatsakanyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Honoured famous scientist, Sen Arevshatyan.

© Hasmik Gabrielyan (Etchmiadzin, Armenia). “Half-Hidden Hello” – Our Yard/Etchmiazin – The naughty little boy, playing in the yard.

© Hasmik Gabrielyan (Etchmiadzin, Armenia). “Half-Hidden Hello” – Our Yard/Etchmiazin – The naughty little boy, playing in the yard.

© Tatev Mnatsakanyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Honoured famous composer, Edvard Mirzoyan.

© Tatev Mnatsakanyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Honoured famous composer, Edvard Mirzoyan.

© Ruben Danielyan (Armavir, Armenia). 1.500.000+1 – Armenia - There were an estimated two million Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire before the First World War. Approximately one and a half million Armenians were killed from 1915-1923. The remaining part was either islamized or exiled. Grandma wants to say that each of us is one of them.

© Ruben Danielyan (Armavir, Armenia). 1.500.000+1 – Armenia – There were an estimated two million Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire before the First World War. Approximately one and a half million Armenians were killed from 1915-1923. The remaining part was either islamized or exiled. Grandma wants to say that each of us is one of them.

© Parik Simsar (Geneva, Switzerland). A villager and his cat - Shikahogh, Armenia.

© Parik Simsar (Geneva, Switzerland). A villager and his cat – Shikahogh, Armenia.

© Madelaine Ekserciyan (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Tasaran– Bavra – Its during the opening of a computer lab for the Bavra’s schoool.

© Madelaine Ekserciyan (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Tasaran – Bavra – Its during the opening of a computer lab for the Bavra’s schoool.

© Madelaine Ekserciyan (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Warriors – Kirantz – Three small boys playing while they were waiting for the opening performance.

© Madelaine Ekserciyan (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Warriors – Kirantz – Three small boys playing while they were waiting for the opening performance.

© Kristina Harutyunova (Yerevan, Armenia). Woman during the work in one of Tonratun (Lavash making), Yerevan.

© Kristina Harutyunova (Yerevan, Armenia). Woman during the work in one of Tonratun (Lavash making), Yerevan.

© Garnik Meliq-Karapetyan (Yerevan, Armenia).

© Garnik Meliq-Karapetyan (Yerevan, Armenia).

© Garnik Meliq-Karapetyan (Yerevan, Armenia).

© Garnik Meliq-Karapetyan (Yerevan, Armenia).

© Edgar Martirosyan (Byuregavan, Armenia). Emotion.

© Edgar Martirosyan (Byuregavan, Armenia). Emotion.

© Armen Yesayan (Yerevan, Armenia). A traditional fare - Noravank Monastery / Armenia - On the way up to Noravank Monastery, we stopped by at this restaurant dug into a huge rock. These three were workers of the restaurant who didn’t mind having their photo taken.

© Armen Yesayan (Yerevan, Armenia). A traditional fare – Noravank Monastery / Armenia – On the way up to Noravank Monastery, we stopped by at this restaurant dug into a huge rock. These three were workers of the restaurant who didn’t mind having their photo taken.

© András Zoltai (Budapest, Hungary). Typical Armenian youngster having fun on the free concert of SOAD, at Republic Square, Yerevan.

© András Zoltai (Budapest, Hungary). Typical Armenian youngster having fun on the free concert of SOAD, at Republic Square, Yerevan.