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An image of the Armenian Orphan Rug, x and comprised of individual knots. It took the Armenian girls in the Ghazir Orphanage of the Near East Relief Society 10 months to weave.

Sacred geometry symbols in Armenian legacy |  =======================  Священные символы геометрии в Армении наследия |

Sacred geometry symbols in Armenian legacy | ======================= Священные символы геометрии в Армении наследия |

Old Armenian door at the 8th century Tatev monastery. Traditional Armenian symbols and a rich culture of wood carving.

Old Armenian door at the 8th century Tatev monastery. Traditional Armenian symbols and a rich culture of wood carving.

Armenian Orphan Rug. / «Որբի գորգը»

Armenian ‘orphan rug’ is in White House storage, as unseen as genocide is neglected

armenianhighland:  Old Armenian door at the 8th century Tatev monastery.Traditional Armenian symbols and a rich culture of wood carving.

armenianhighland: Old Armenian door at the 8th century Tatev monastery.Traditional Armenian symbols and a rich culture of wood carving.

Hasan-Jalal coat of arms - The house of Hasan Jalalyan was an Armenian Dynasty that ruled the region of Khachen (Great Artsakh) from 1214 onwards in what are now the regions of lower Karabakh, Nagorno-Karabakh and small part of Syunik.

Hasan-Jalal coat of arms - The house of Hasan Jalalyan was an Armenian Dynasty that ruled the region of Khachen (Great Artsakh) from 1214 onwards in what are now the regions of lower Karabakh, Nagorno-Karabakh and small part of Syunik.

The Temple of Garni (Armenian: Գառնիի հեթանոսական տաճար, Gařnii het’anosakan tačar, lit. "pagan temple of Garni")[A] is a classical Hellenistic temple inGarni, Armenia. Reconstructed in the 1970s, it is the only known Greco-Roman colonnadedtemple in Armenia.[4][5]  It is perhaps the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia.[6][7] It was probably built by king Tiridates I in the first century AD as a temple to the sun god Mihr. After Armenia's conversion to Christianity in…

The Temple of Garni (Armenian: Գառնիի հեթանոսական տաճար, Gařnii het’anosakan tačar, lit. "pagan temple of Garni")[A] is a classical Hellenistic temple inGarni, Armenia. Reconstructed in the 1970s, it is the only known Greco-Roman colonnadedtemple in Armenia.[4][5] It is perhaps the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia.[6][7] It was probably built by king Tiridates I in the first century AD as a temple to the sun god Mihr. After Armenia's conversion to Christianity in…

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