Azerbaijani Islamist destroys a Cross as Putin calls for respect of Artsakh’s religious sites

The Kremlin said that Russian President Vladimir Putin told his Azeri counterpart, Ilham Aliyev, on Saturday to take care of Christian shrines in parts of Artsakh that Azerbaijan is taking control over from Armenian administration.

Greek City Times, Nov 16, 2020

 


 

Dadivank Monastery out of danger

Dadivank Monastery in Artsakh’s Karvachar region is out of danger, Director of Information Services of the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin Fr. Vahram Melikyan informs.

Armradio, Nov 14, 2020

 


 

THE STATE OF ARMENIAN HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN AZERBAIJAN AND ARTSAKH

The Armenian Highland, which has been inhabited by Armenians since time immemorial, and which used to be home to the kingdoms of Metz Hayk (Armenia Major) and Pokr Hayk (Armenia Minor), abounds in a wide variety of centuries-old historical monuments created by its natives.

 


 

Preserve Artsakh: An Open Letter to the World Community

Academics call on global institutions to save Armenian heritage before it’s too late.

Globe Newswire, Nov 12, 2020

 


 

Armenian monuments in line of fire in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Unesco accused of turning a blind eye to destruction of heritage sites, as bitter skirmish between Azerbaijan and Armenia in the disputed territory drags on.

The Art Newspaper, Oct 26, 2020


 

The Monuments of My Ancestors

The Erebuni Fortress also known as Arin Berd (Fortress of Blood) was built in the last quarter of the 8th Century BCE by the great Urartian King Argishti.

PD Magazine, Apr 21, 2019


 

Monumental loss: Azerbaijan and ‘the worst cultural genocide of the 21st century’

The 21st century’s most extensive campaign of cultural cleansing to date may not have happened in Syria, as you might assume, but a largely ignored part of the Transcaucasian plateau.

The Guardian, Mar 01, 2019