Armenia Travel

Ryan Demirjian, Saro Koujakian, and Mher Ajamian of Armenian Public Radio in Los Angeles.

"Armenian Public Radio" Brings Nirvana Attitude to the Folklife Festival

An Armenian-American trio performs traditional folk songs with a modern American sensibility

Voskehat, “the queen of Armenian grapes”

History in a Glass: (Re)discovering Armenian Wine

With more than six thousand-year-old history of viniculture, Armenian wines are gaining popularity

Rima Timbaryan collects dough for baking.

Tastes of Memory: How to Bake an Authentic Armenian Lavash

Preserving Armenian culture, memory and identity in the kitchen

How Zildjian Cymbals Made It From the Ottoman Empire to Now

In 1622, Avedis Zildjian, an Armenian metalworker in Turkey, melted a top-secret combination of metals to create the perfect cymbal, still in use today

The earliest surviving photograph, taken in 1826 or 1827, titled View from the Window at Le Gras.

Where to See the Oldest Artifacts in the World

From a royal soccer ball to a very old book, see humanity's history of innovation in ten amazing everyday objects

The Gurranes — Moonlight, Castletownshend, Ireland, 2005

11 Photographs of Mysterious Megaliths

Photographer Barbara Yoshida traveled across the globe to capture prehistoric stone monuments shrouded in moonlight

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