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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF MONUMENTS AND SITES WAS ALSO CELEBRATED IN LORI REGION

01 On the occasion of the International Day for Monuments and Sites, open classes, sanitation and beautification works were held in Lori region. In Vanadzor, Gugarq, Bazum, Dzoragyugh communities, students, soldiers and regional service`s officers improved the territories of Hrant Matevosyan, Broken Church (Battle Site Gharakilisa); Obedient chapel, World War II (YEAZ), Artsakh Liberation Wars, 1988 ...

CLEANING AND IMPROVEMENT WORK IN LORI REGION

01 "Army, education and culture" cooperation, " Protection service” NCSO`s Lori provincial service members and N N military office members in Stepenavan organized sanitary cleaning and improvement works near the monument dedicated to the victims of Great Patriotic war, Stepan Shaumyan`s monument and surrounding areas.  An agreement was reached  ahead to April 18, Monuments and Sites ...

OPEN CLASS IN LERNAPAT

01 " Protection service” NCSO`s provincial service of Lori region,together with "Four-dimensional look" charitable foundation, organized open class in secondary school of Lernapat, aimed of popularizing of monuments and disseminate respect, care towards cultural heritage among youth. Head of Lori provincial service Armen Geryane represented monuments of region, spoke of the important provisions ...

CROSS-MONUMENT OF MARY KYURIKYAN WAS MOVED

01 Based on the recommendation of acting director of “Protection Service” NSCO Seyran Arakelyan provincial service officers of Lori region have recently organized the transfer of Mary Kyurikian monument which was in the school yard of Akhkala. Pointer: 5.5.1.4.3 /. Major of Akhtala Haykaz Khachatryan and priest of St Mary church Ter ...

CROSS STONE DAMAGED BECAUSE OF THE NATURAL AND CLIMATIC CONDITIONS

խաչքարի վնասում Susanna Evoyan (monument guard of the Regional Service PHE of Lori) on February 8 reported that one of the cross stones (state index 5.35.17, 11-12th century) of Dsegh village was damaged. The cross stone fell from the pedestal and divided into parts. Climatic conditions and strong wind damaged the cross stone but it was still ...