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Monument in Vienna, Austria.

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    TitleMonument in Vienna, Austria.
    Type of MemorialCommemorative Plaque, Inscription, Monumental Sculpture,
    Sponsor(s)Armenian Apostolic Church of Vienna and individual donations from the Austrian-A
    Architect/Designer/ArtistArchitect/Engineer: Beransch Hartunian-Tahmasians, Diplom-Ingenieur.
    PlacementFreestanding, sculptural work in the courtyard of the St. Hripsimeh Armenian Apostolic Church and Community Center of Vienna. It is located in the 3rd district of Vienna.
    Physical SettingIn the corner of the Church's courtyard. Flat land.
    Tourist AmenitiesYes
    Map DesignationMapped as “St. Hripsimeh Armenian Apostolic Church” of Vienna.
    Physical ConditionVery well preserved.
    Inscription"If our children forget this much evil, let the whole world condemn the Armenian people, 1915-1985.”

    (Armenian inscription on the monument’s pedestal taken from the work of the Armenian poet, Avetis Aharonian).

    LocationKdlonitzgasse 11
    Vienna, 1030 Austria
    Construction Began1980
    Construction Completed1984
    Dedication DateApril 22, 1984
    Prior Use of SiteThe courtyard of St. Hripsimeh Church.
    History of OwnershipOwned by the Armenian Apostolic Church and the Armenian community of Vienna.
    Additional InformationKhosnak (February-March, 1984)

    Haraj (15 March, 1984)

    Nor Ashkar (20 March, 1984)

    Jahakir (20 April, 1984)

    Ararat (5 May, 1984)

    Zartonk (26 May, 1984)

    Haraj (31 May, 1984)

    Ararat (3 June, 1984)

    Jahakir (11 July, 1984)

    Nairi Calendar 1985 – month of December

    85th Commemoration of the Armenian
    Canada, 2000.

    Editorial Broad of Armenian Encyclopedia. The Armenian Question. Yerevan: 1996.
    Notable Visitors1998

    F. Sargisian, President of Science Academy of Republic of Armenia


    Catholicos of all Armenians, Garekin I
    V. Oskanian, Minster of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Armenia


    G. Haroutounian, Vice President of Republic of Armenia

    V. Zitenian, Deputy Prime Minister of Republic of Armenia

    A. Mok, Minster of Foreign Affairs of Austria


    Komitas Quartet

    Vahagn Davtian, Armenian poet

    Silva Kapoutikian, Armenian poet

    Alicia Kirakossian, Armenian-American-
    Argentinean poet


    Hrachia Hovhanissian, Armenian poet

    Vahagn Dadrian, Professor & Historian of the Armenian Genocide

    H. Golts, Professor & Director of Leprous archives


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