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      Memorial in Poland

      Also in Poland, every year on 24th (sometimes 25th) of April in Kraków takes place a mass in commemoration of Armenian Genocide.
      Cultural Society of Armenians and Armenian Priesthood organizate special meeting, and devotion. For a few years Father Tadeusz Isakowicz-Zaleski, (arm. Թադևոս Վարդապետ Իսահակյան-Զալեսկին) celebrates the mass.

      There are about 40-80 thousands of Armenians in Poland, and they've got also a few other events connected with the Genocide, for example in Warsaw.
      Below, you can take a look on the invitation to the last ceremony (in Polish language):



      Looking for more? You can visit website of Cultural Society of Armenians (in Polish, but you can contact members in your native language): http://otk.armenia.pl/new/

      or read 'news from Armenia' in armenian: http://otk.armenia.pl/new/z_armenii.php


      Best Regards,
      Maciej, Pole

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      Re: Memorial in Poland

      Quote Originally Posted by Szakal View Post
      Also in Poland, every year on 24th (sometimes 25th) of April in Kraków takes place a mass in commemoration of Armenian Genocide.
      Cultural Society of Armenians and Armenian Priesthood organizate special meeting, and devotion. For a few years Father Tadeusz Isakowicz-Zaleski, (arm. Թադևոս Վարդապետ Իսահակյան-Զալեսկին) celebrates the mass.

      There are about 40-80 thousands of Armenians in Poland, and they've got also a few other events connected with the Genocide, for example in Warsaw.
      Below, you can take a look on the invitation to the last ceremony (in Polish language):



      Looking for more? You can visit website of Cultural Society of Armenians (in Polish, but you can contact members in your native language): http://otk.armenia.pl/new/

      or read 'news from Armenia' in armenian: http://otk.armenia.pl/new/z_armenii.php


      Best Regards,
      Maciej, Pole
      Thank you Szakal!
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