In January-July of the current year Artsakh State Historical Museum had 12 thousand 612 visitors, including 3352 foreign citizens.
Reconstruction works of 17-18th century St. Hovhannes Church in Togh village are underway.
The 6th Artsakh Wine Festival will be held in Togh village of Hadrut region on September 21.
The geography of archaeological excavations is expanding day by day.
“Victorious 2019” Pan-Armenian Youth Forum will be held in Shushi from August 20-26.
A new exhibition of exceptional archive documents has opened at Mashtots Matenadaran in Yerevan, Armenia.
President of the Artsakh Republic Bako Sahakyan attended the award ceremony of the 8th annual Pan-Armenian Festival of Poetry held in the town of Shoushi, the press service of Artsakh President's Office informed.
It is a great honor for me to be in Artsakh again.
A church dating back to the mid-17th century in Artsakh’s Hochants village in the Kashatagh region has been renovated by the funding provided by the “Tufenkian” Charitable Foundation.
At the initiative of the Culture and Youth Affairs Department of the Hadrut Region Administration, the closing ceremony of the third International Paintings Symposium entitled "Colors of Dizak" was held today in Hadrut.
Within the framework of Yerevan cultural events a number of festive activities are scheduled in Stepanakert from August 30 to September 2.
On June 16 umbrella festival will be held in the park named after Nelson Stepanyan in Stepanakert.
The world’s most expensive artwork – Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece Salvator Mundi – has reportedly been installed on Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman’s superyacht, The Guardian reports.
Egypt has the right to demand the repatriation of a stone sculpture of King Tutankhamun before it goes up for auction at Christie's in London next month, according to the country’s former antiquities chief.
An exhibition entitled "Three Armenian Manuscripts from Tuscany (13–14th Centuries)" will open at Yerevan’s Matenadaran (officially the Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts) on June 9.
Works of art belonging to legendary French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour will be auctioned at Christie's in Paris on June 4, Panorama.am reports, referring to Tass.
Renowned singer, composer, poet, actor, National Hero of Armenia, Charles Aznavur, who was singing about human emotions, an individual and the most dedicated human feelings, as well as about love and Homeland, on May 22 would turn 95 years old.
Armenia’s entry for the Eurovision 2019 Song Contest has stopped short of qualifying for the Grand Final.
Within the framework of the project “Contemporary Artists' Donation to Artsakh" being implemented by "ART PR" company, 25 Armenian contemporary artists will donate their paintings to Artsakh at “Vallex Garden” Hotel in Stepanakert on May 17 at 18:00.
Concert dedicated to the May Triple Holiday was held in Stepanakert Renaissance Square.
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) issued on April 29, 2019, its...
Recently, the Azerbaijani side has stated on a number of occasions that if Artsakh returns to the negotiating...