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  • Statue of Gomidas Vartabed, Detroit, MI

    TitleStatue of Gomidas Vartabed, Detroit, MI
    Type of MemorialCommemorative Plaque, Monumental Sculpture,
    Sponsor(s)Michael M. Assarian Foundation and the Armenian Monument Committee
    Architect/Designer/ArtistArto Chakmakjian
    PlacementFreestanding sculptural work.
    Physical SettingOn flat land.
    Tourist AmenitiesNo
    Physical ConditionVery well preserved.
    InscriptionWe Detroit Armenians dedicate this monument to the memory of our 1,500,000 Armenian martyrs massacred during the 1915 Genocide.
    LocationDetroit, Michigan United States (In the center of Jefferson Avenue, at the intersection of Woodward Avenue- on the west side of that intersection)
    Notable VisitorsBaroness Caroline Cox of the British House of Lords, April 1997.
     

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      GOMIDAS

      WE DETROIT ARMENIANS
      DEDICATE THIS MONUMENT
      TO THE MEMORY OF OUR
      1,500,000 ARMENIAN
      MARTYRS MASSACRED
      DURING 1915
      GENOCIDE



      THIS MONUMENT WAS A JOINT PROJECT OF
      THE MICHAEL M. ASSARIAN FOUNDATION
      AND THE ARMENIAN MONUMENT COMMITTEE
      [url]http://www.ArmenianAncestry.com[/url] - [COLOR="Red"]Armenian[/COLOR] [COLOR="Blue"]Genealogy[/COLOR] [COLOR="Orange"]Forum[/COLOR]

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        Gomidas Vartabed
        1869-1935

        Father Gomidas The Foremost Composer
        And Ethnomusicologist Of The Armenian
        Nation Deeply Revered By All Armenians
        And Respected By Secular And Folk
        Music Communities Of The World.

        He Was Among 300 Armenian Intellectuals
        And Political Leaders Arrested
        And Imprisoned On April 24, 1915 By The Then
        Government Of Turkey. Only Through The
        Dedicated Efforts Of United States Ambassador
        Henry Morgenthau, Was Father Gomidas Released From Prison.

        Though Freed, Father Gomidas' Spirit Had Been
        Broken. He Was Reduced To A Mere Shell Of
        His Former Self And Suffering From Mental
        Anguish After Witnessing The Genocide Of His Beloved People And Nation.

        Father Gomidas Died In Paris, With His Remains Now Resting In The "pantheon Hall Of
        Armenian Giants" In The Present-day Yerevan
        Armenia, In The Shadows Of The Beloved
        Biblical Mt. Ararat Of The Armenian People.

        Artist Sculptor
        Arto Tchakmaktchian
        [url]http://www.ArmenianAncestry.com[/url] - [COLOR="Red"]Armenian[/COLOR] [COLOR="Blue"]Genealogy[/COLOR] [COLOR="Orange"]Forum[/COLOR]

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