Monday, October 14 2019 11:47
Alexandr Avanesov

Events with participation of world-known experts kicked off in  Artsakh 

Events with participation of world-known experts kicked off in  Artsakh 

ArmInfo. Evens within ''Aurora'' forum will be held in Artsakh between October 12 and 14. The forum is held by the ''Revival of Oriental Historical Heritage Foundation''

As ArmInfo was informed by the Initiative, the leading world experts  in the field of social, educational, humanitarian and scientific and  technical innovations will take part in the event. On October 14,  donors and friends of Shushi will take part in a ceremony dedicated  to the completion of the restoration of the historic Upper Gohar  Mosque in Shushi. In support of the initiative of the Artsakh  government, the ''Revival of Oriental Historical Heritage  Foundation'' launched a program for the reconstruction of the Upper  Mosque in 2014. As a result of the project, the Upper Gohar Mosque  was completely restored, retaining its original appearance. The  building of the medrese (theological school) next to the mosque has  also been completely renovated, the territory adjacent to the mosque  has been expanded and repaired, and a park has been built. It is  noteworthy that the reconstruction of the roof of the monastery of  St. Thaddeus was also recently completed.

The holy Thaddeus Monastery complex, located in the north-west of  Iran, has exceptional spiritual significance for the Armenian  Apostolic Church and is a unique Pan-Christian pilgrimage site. In  2008, the monastery was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.  Participants of the event in Shushi will also familiarize themselves  with other fund programs dedicated to the preservation of the  spiritual, historical and cultural heritage. These include the Tatev  monastery complex in Armenia, the St. Gevorg church complex in  Georgia, the St. Astvatsatsin church in Artsakh and the St. Gregory  the Illuminator church in Singapore.

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