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Midjnaberd (the Inner Fortress) 7th Century. Ani, Turkey. Photo Virtual Ani

Origin of dominant Armenian haplogroups – – in the Armenian Highlands « Cradle of Civilization

Anapat Cave (or Grotto) near Yenokavan, Armenia, has a style of pre-Christian carvings which are unique in Armenia. One wall is covered solid in figures of people and faces. Later carvings included crosses and altars.

Anapat Cave (or Grotto) near Yenokavan, Armenia, has a style of pre-Christian carvings which are unique in Armenia. One wall is covered solid in figures of people and faces. Later carvings included crosses and altars.

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Ani, city of 1001 churches

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Virtual Ani

Virtual Ani

Kars Cathedral (Surp Arakelots) 940 AD, Kars, Turkey - Armenian Church

Kars Cathedral (Surp Arakelots) 940 AD, Kars, Turkey - Armenian Church

Միջնադարյան ձիթհան մայրաքաղաք Անիում…Շիրակ, Այրարատ, Մեծ Հայք։ Առաջին պլանում երևացող քարը կոչվել է կախքար

Միջնադարյան ձիթհան մայրաքաղաք Անիում…Շիրակ, Այրարատ, Մեծ Հայք։ Առաջին պլանում երևացող քարը կոչվել է կախքար

Earliest undisputed map of the New World by Juan de la Cosa.

The world map of the Spanish cartographer, conquistador and explorer Juan de la Cosa created in 1500 is the earliest world map showing part of the Americas. Juan de la Cosa sailed the first 3 voyages with Columbus and was the captain of the Santa María.

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Ani, city of 1001 churches

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Sanahin Monastery, a 10th century old monastery in northern Armenia

Sanahin Monastery, a century old monastery in northern Armenia--- beautiful place to see and maybe take some photos!

A gorge below Ani, showing numerous caves dug into cliffs, as well as fortifications. A modern border fence can be seen at bottom center, Armenia is on the left, Turkey, on the right, photographed on June 8, 2011. Original <a target="_new" href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/adam_jones/5812397736/">here</a>.

shuraiya: “ byzantienne: “ ceruleancynic: “ archatlas: “ The Ancient Ghost City of Ani Situated on the eastern border of Turkey, across the Akhurian River from Armenia, lies the empty, crumbling.

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Ani, city of 1001 churches

Origin of dominant Armenian haplogroups – – in the Armenian Highlands « Cradle of Civilization

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