Renewed hostilities, which have claimed over 300 lives, involve religious site.
It once competed in splendor with Cairo and Constantinople, but all its inhabitants left in the 14th and 15th centuries.
If you build it, they will come.
Built in 301 by St. Gregory the Illuminator, it is a testament to both Armenian and universal history.
The city, which once competed in splendor with Cairo and Constantinople, is now abandoned
At his final public audience of the summer, Pontiff looks forward to Georgia and Azerbaijan in autumn
Pontiff concludes apostolic visit to Armenia at Khor Virap Monastery
“Charity alone can heal memories and bind up past wounds.”
Popes from Benedict XV to Francis have assisted in driving the revelation into the open
“May tragedies like this never be repeated”