Graphic Arts Exhibition | Serge Avakian | Dec. 18-25 | Tehran

Iranian-Armenian Designer Serge Avakian's Exhibition in TehranYesterday it was the opening ceremony of Iranian-Armenian Graphic artist Serge Avakian’s Exhibition.

Serge Avakian is the designer of some well known Logos & Arts such as POFAK NAMAKI, SANGARKAR & SARAVEL. Continue reading

I’ve launched my business website ( – Support it plz)

I've launched my website

I’ve just launched my website. I’m going to start my own business as a designer. I’ll offer Graphic design for print advertising & Web design. I’ll also do web programing & development.

Take a look to my website. It has tree languages, Farsi, English & Armenian. This is not the final one, I’m working on it. Continue reading

Armenian Churches in Tehran’s “miniature” Park

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In recent days a Museum-Park opened in Tehran, witch named “Miniature”.

There are Miniaturized Iranian Heritages, which are listed by UNESCO in world Heritage Center. There are also 3 Armenian Churches…




GLENDALE—All religious denominations, political parties and relief organizations in the Western United States have come together to form a joint committee to assist the Armenian community of Syria. On Thursday, the group issued a call to support the efforts, the text of which is presented below:

During the past weeks, the 17-month conflict in Syria has escalated to dangerous proportions. Caught in the crossfire of this growing conflict are the innocent citizens of Syria, among them the large Armenian community. Continue reading

Some Inspirational photos of Tatev

Tatev monastery is situated near the village of the same name in part of Zangezur – ancient Syunik. Tatev is located atop a plateau above the right bank of the Vorotan River 26 kilometers southwest of the city of Goris. At the time, Tatev was the political center of Syunik principality. In the 10th century it had a population of 1,000 and controlled numerous villages. In the 13th century it owned 680 villages, though some of the hippie villages fought hard to stay out of Tatev’s hold. Continue reading

48 Hours in Javakhk

Much has been said about the need to help Javakhk, but little is known about the realities and conditions under which the local Armenians live. On a steamy June morning in Yerevan, I embarked on an unforgettable journey to this region and among the courageous Armenians who call Javakhk their home.

(By Varant Meguerditchian, From

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