Karabakh: A Hidden Treasure

Karabakh Travel, the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic tourism department, has produced a video chronicling the various wonders of Artsakh. The film, directed by renowned filmmaker Jivan Avetisyan captures the breathtaking vistas, the historic monuments and the essence of Artsakh. The video was produced in collaboration with Yerkir Media.


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  1. Ararat said:

    I think it is long overdue that we start using the original Armenian name of Artsakh and use it consistently, instead of the Turkified name of Karabakh, to refer to this liberated region. Take a lesson from the genocidal racist Turks. To this day the national symbol of Armenia, Mount Ararat, even referenced in the holy Bible as the mountain where the Noah’s Ark came to rest, is still referred to by its Turkified name of Agri by the Turks and their criminal collaborators. Give them a bitter taste of their own medicine.