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ALMA’s diverse collections constitute the largest holding of Armenian cultural artifacts in the Diaspora with over 20,000 items, including: 5,000 ancient and medieval Armenian coins, over 3,000 textiles and 180 Armenian inscribed rugs, Urartian and religious artifacts, ceramics and medieval illuminations, among other items.
"Karsh: Celebrating Humanity" features Karsh's photographs of great personalities of the world. "Who are the Armenian" delves into more than 3,000 years of Armenian history."The Armenian Genocide" explores the tragic events through a visual narrative."Bound for Glory" explores the evolution of Armenian printing over the past 500 years.
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