Artsakh Territory Has Always Been Armenian/There was no country on the planet called Azerbaijan before 1918/Պատմություն Արվեստ Մշակույթ/ارتساخ أرمنية منذ آلاف السنين في حين أن أذربيجان لم تكن موجودة قبل العام 1918

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Artsakh Territory Has Always Been Armenian/There was no country on the planet called Azerbaijan before 1918
Պատմություն Արվեստ Մշակույթ

ارتساخ أرمنية منذ آلاف السنين في حين أن أذربيجان لم تكن موجودة قبل العام 1918

November 16/2020

*If Azerbaijan claims that Artsakh has been its territory – Why did they built Armenian churches in a Muslim country?
*There was no country on the planet called Azerbaijan before 1918.
*Where was Azerbaijan when a monastery was built in Artsakh in the 4th century?
Who built Tigranakert founded in the 80 BC ?
*Gandzasar Monastery (4th century) and St. Hovhannes Mkrtich church (1216-1238)
*Dadivank (4th century) and Catholic (9-11th century)
*Amaras Monastery (4th century)
*St. Gevorg of Tsitsernavank (4-5th century)
*Gtchavank (4-13th century)
Yeghishe Apostle Monastery (Jrvshtik) (5th century), Mataghis
*Vankasar White Cross (5th century)
*Qataro Monastery of Dizapayt and St. Mary (5th century)
*Bread Bri (7-17 century)
*Mokhrenis Okht door monastery (7-17th century)
*St. Hakobavank of Kolatak (9th century)
*The Holy Savior of Zori (9th century)
St. Stepanos of Tsmakahogh (9-10th century)
*Spitak cross monastery of Hadrut Vank village (10th century)
*Chartari Yeghisha Kusi desert (12th round)
*St. Gevorg of Zankatagh (12th century)
*Khotavank (12-13th century)
*St. Mary’s virgin desert of Karvachar (12-13th century)
*Saint Paul’s Savior (12-13th century)
*Miss Shoshkavank St. Mary (13th century)
*Horeka Monastery (13th century)
*Kavakavank (14th century)
*Gospel St. Gayane’s desert (1616)
*The Holy Resurrection of Hadrut (1621)
*Pirumashen (1641)
*St. Mary of the Gospel (1651)
*St. Stepanos of the Cross (1654)
*Shoshi New Church (1655)
*St. Pandaleon of Berdadzor (Parin Pij) (1658)
*Ghevondyants desert of Moshmhat (1658)
*Haki St. Minas (1673)
*St. Grigoris church of Herher (1676)
*Tsakuri Tsakhkavank St. Mary’s (1682)
*Yeritsmank monastery (1691)
*Kashunik Masrik church (1694)
*Desert Saint the Savior (Napat) (17th century)
*Saint Stepanos (17th century)
*Bovurkhan Monastery Complex (17th century)
*St. Hovhannes Mkrtich of the line (1736)
*Holy Mother of God (1740)
*St. Stepanos of Padara (18th century)
*St. Mary of Mushkapat (18th century)
*St. Mary of Dashushen (1843)
*St. John the Baptism of Shushi (1847)
*St. Mary of Nngi (1853)
*St. John Karapet of Martakert (1857)
*St. Mary of Aygestan (1860)
*St. Mary’s Stone (1862)
*Holy Savior of Shushi (1868-1887)
*St. Mary of Ashan (1896)
*St. Gevorg of Astghashen (1898)
*St. Gevorg of Mataghis (1898)
Posting Footnotes: 1.) I am not the originator of this content as it can be found in other FB postings (H/T to Ara Topouzian) , but it is intriguing and important for context. 2.) The photos are of an Ancient Map of Armenia, Colchis, Iberia, Albania, showing that the border between Caucasian Albanian and Armenia follows the Kur River; and a map of where some of the Artsakh/NKR monasteries can be found in the region.