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Armenian Architecture Exhibition Dedicated To 90th Anniversary Of Armenian Genocide H

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    GOTEBORG, MAY 18, NOYAN TAPAN. On the initiative of Union of Armenian
    Associations in Sweden (UAAS) and the Armenian Church and Cultural
    Organization of Goteborg, the second city of Sweden, launched on
    May 10-13 an exhibition dedicated to the 90-th anniversary of the
    Armenian Genocide. Beside the several Armenians, who participated in
    the opening ceremony, Counsellors for Swedish and Catholic, as well
    as representatives of Orthodox, Serbian and Armenian Churches and
    members of Swedish local authorities were among the guests, told Katrin
    Hakopian, the Representative of Armenians in Goteborg. The main focus
    of the exhibition which is titled Armenian Architecture Heritage in the
    South Caucasus is on Armenian architectural monuments scattered across
    Turkey, a great majority of which was also subjected to "genocide"
    alongside with annihilation of Armenians in 1915 and later. The major
    objective of the exhibition is to draw European' attention to what
    a country desires to join their ranks. The exhibition has first
    displayed in European Parliament, Oslo in Norway, in Swedish cities,
    and is scheduled to display in Riga, capital of Latvia at the end
    of May. The opening ceremony which introduced by Kevork Artin and
    Katrin Hakopian was followed by speech of Bertil Bengtsson, the
    author of newly published book, The Year of The Sword. He concluded
    his speech with the absolute necessity of pressure applied by the
    international public opinion on the Turkish government in order to
    achieve recognition. The cultural events of the program consisted
    of spiritual Armenian music performed by Lena Vartanian, piano,
    and Hrant Mardirosian, violin, who played work of Comitas and Aram
    Khachatouryan. The exhibition was co-organised by Assembly of Armenians
    of Europe (AAE), prepared by Research on Armenian Architecture
    (RAA) and assisted by Swedish educational organisation of "BILDA"
    and Orthodox co-operation committees.
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