•    Cultural residence to safety Armenian traditions in Lebanon   

    November 18, 2012 | 13:17

    A pinkish residence situated among a slight streets of Burj Hammoud, Lebanon, has gathered piece-by-piece a corpse of a country’s Armenian heritage.

    Armenian-style carpets hang in a dining room alongside elaborately woven satchels, that Armenian monks filled with salt and carried on their unique trips some-more than 100 years ago.

    Nearly all a items, including a hand-embroidered pomegranate on a napkins to a epitome iron sculpture on a second floor, lift a story of Armenian heritage, The Daily Star informs.

    The residence will offer in preserving normal trades, skills and dishes for younger generations.

    Article source: http://news.am/eng/news/128989.html

    Tags: Armenia

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