The freedom fight for Artsakh opened the door for Armenians to new opportunities in exploring the Armenian spiritual culture so ruthlessly being destroyed by Azerbaijan. The literature reads out about nearly 5000 monasteries, churches and castles, thousands of manuscripts and other cultural values, which were principally destroyed by the Soviet Azerbaijan, specifically in 1930-ies. Those who dive deep into the culture of Artsakh ocassionally publish their findings featuring some both well-conserved, as well as extinct samples of early and middle-age Armenian culture. The topic raised in the pavilion is discussed by the senior researcher of Matenadaran (manuscript library) Tamar Minasyan and Director of the Museums of the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin Father Asoghik Karapetyan. 
Serie: Option
Telecast type: Հաղորդաշար