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Archive for April 2012

Theme: SHUSHI

The Analyticon, №04 / April / 2012

THE MAIN ACHIEVEMENT: THE NEW QUALITY GENERATION

 An interview with the Primate of the Artsakh Diocese of the Armenia Apostolic Church, Archbishop Pargev MARTIROSYAN

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SHUSHI HAS TO PRESERVE ITS APPEARANCE


Interview with Mayor of Shushi Karen AVAGYMYAN

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THE HISTORIC PHENOMENON OF SHUSHI: POLITICAL ASPECTS

By Manvel SARGSYAN
ACNIS, Director
Yerevan

In connection with the coming 20th anniversary of liberation of the town of Shushi by Armenian forces, we find it worth comprehending not only the significance of that event, but also to precisely clarifying the vital political significance of that fortress-town for the Armenian people from the historic point of view.

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“SMALL CAUCASIAN PARIS”

By Arsen MELIK-SHAKHNAZAROV
Diplomat
Moscow

 

Shusha perfectly contrasts withother cities in the Caucasus.Its houses are regular, beautiful, tallandilluminated with numerous fine windows.The streetsare paved with broad slabs, and theroofs are made ​​of boards – the European manner.

VasilyVereschagin, “Travels to Transcaucasia in 1864-1865”

 

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LIVE SHUSHI: THE LOST PARTICLES OF THE PAST

By Alexander KANANYAN
Independent Expert
Karvachar

The importance of the strategic location of Shushi is not the only reason why the city still retains the deep symbolism of its name. The mystery of Shushi is deeper and more meaningful. Shushi is a synthesis of civilizational resilience, urban traditions, cultural treasury, versatility of ethnographic incarnations and remarkable crystallization of life in its everyday life.

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SHUSHI IN THE HISTORY OF THE PERIODIC PRESS

By Mher HARUTYUNYAN
Head of “Kachar” Scientific Center, PhD, Associate Professor
Stepanakert 

The emergence and development of the periodical press in Artsakh is inseparably linked with the town of Shushi, which by the 19th century became one of the largest trade, crafts and cultural centers of the Caucasus and played a key role in the socio-political, spiritual and cultural life of Armenians.

 

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SHUSHI IN THE LITHOGRAPHIES OF CHRISTIAN AND MUSLIM CEMETERIES

By Hrachik HARUTYUNYAN
Archaeologist
Shushi

Since the great migration (urbanization) of tribes and nations, the Trans-Caucasus was the epicenter of great clashes of interests and implementation of military and political projects. This land saw northbound Assyrians and eastbound Scythians, Persians – moving to the west, Greeks and Romans, moving from the west to the east. The Seljuk Turks and Mongols and Tatars also passed through this land. The latter, led by Lame Timur (Tamerlane) also visited Karabakh (as witnessed by the microtoponym “Lenk Temur Manny” to the east of Badara village in Askeran region).

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SHUSHI RESIDENTS WILL HEAR THE HYMN OF THEIR TOWN FOR THE FIRST TIME ON MAY 8

By Knar BABAYAN
Journalist
Stepanakert

Many Armenian towns have their hymns. For example, Yerevan: the music for its hymn was composed by Edgar Hovhannisyan, who used the text of well-known poem by Paruyr Sevak “Erebuni-Yerevan” as its lyrics.  Vagharshapat, Gyumri, Abovian have official hymns. The hymns of Artashat and Martuni (NKR) are unofficial.

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SHUSHI

By Aram MATEVOSYAN
Writer
Yerevan

 

Repetition and recollection: the same movement, only in opposing directions. Recollection turns man back, making him repeat what has been backwards; – as for the true repetition, it makes man, recollecting, anticipate what will be.

Soren Kierkegaard. “Repetition”

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Shusi (Photo Gallery)

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