15.04.2015 | 
Culture
THE EXHIBITION IS DEDICATED TO THE CENTENNIAL OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE
THE EXHIBITION IS DEDICATED TO THE CENTENNIAL OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE
On April 10-25 university students will have the opportunity to visit the exhibition “The Land through the Eyes of the Owner”.

The exhibition of Radik Sharoyan is organized in the framework of the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide. It is organized by Yerevan State University Museum of History and the venue is the foyer of the 5th floor of YSU Main Building.

 

The photos were taken in Ani, Van, Bitlis, Mush, Sasun and Hamshen. Mr. Sharoyan has tried to express the emotions and feelings of each of these areas. His only goal was to see the Western Armenia and Eastern Armenia as one unit.

 

During his pilgrimage to the Western Armenia he felt the same pain and loss suffered by his ancestors. He has taken pictures of wonderful landscapes and historical monuments of our people.

 

The author has once said that he would like to organize another exhibition, dedicated to the peoples, living in the Western Armenia and Eastern Armenia.

 

“Visitors, especially students, were thrilled to watch the photos. I hope their souls will wake up to struggle for the historical justice,” - says the Director of YSU Museum of History Heghine Gasparyan.

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