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The Armenian Institute is dedicated to making Armenian culture and history a living experience through innovative programmes, educational resources, workshops, lectures, exhibits and performances. 

Turkish scholars and Western Ottoman experts argue that Armenians were rebelling since the 1880s due to the rise of nationalism and the interferences of the European powers in Ottoman affairs that led to tensions between the local Muslims and Armenians in Eastern Anatolia. They argue that European powers mostly Russia and Britain have consistently incited rebellions in the Ottoman Empire and then creating propaganda to support armed intervention by Russia or Britain.

A stone cenotaph in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, commemorates this tragic event: the Medz Yeghern, or “great catastrophe,” of the Armenian people. Each spring—on April 24, when the pogroms started—many thousands of pilgrims climb an urban hill to this shrine. They file past an eternal flame, the symbol of undying memory, to lay a small mountain of cut flowers. Just 60 miles to the northwest, and a few hundred yards across the Turkish border, lie the ruins of an older and perhaps more fitting monument to the bitterness of the Armenian experience: Ani.


The Armenian National Choral Society Of Boston Siranoush Der Manuelian Armenian Choral MusicThe Armenian National Choral Society Of Boston Siranoush Der Manuelian Armenian Choral MusicThe Armenian National Choral Society Of Boston Siranoush Der Manuelian Armenian Choral MusicThe Armenian National Choral Society Of Boston Siranoush Der Manuelian Armenian Choral Music

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