Museum Devoted to Armenian Russian Relations to Open

YEREVAN (Armenpress)–A museum devoted to the Armenian-Russian relations–in which historical–cultural–economic documen’s and photos from different periods will be displayed–will open in the village of Malishka in Vayots Dzor province in early September.

According to the head of the Culture Ministry’s Museums Department Anahit Galstian–the museum aims to present the relations of the two nations–and was build along one of the most popular tourist routes.

The idea of the museum came from two brothers Sergey and Aram Abrahamians–who are natives of the village–and the latter is the chairman of the Union of Russian Armenia’s. They also initiated the building of a new church in Malishka last year.


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