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Berkaber: In a World of Handmade Toys

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18.04.2019

Gifting toys is a time-honored Armenian habit. Armenians believed that toys protect children, bringing peace and calm sleep. For me, a toy is a wonderful thing, and making handmade toys is just pure magic! Knitting needles, colored threads, smooth hand movements, and the result is a piece of happiness.

For…


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Mysterious Shushi

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08.04.2019

Unexpected and sudden. The mist is almost unnoticeable. The city’s warmth and fast-pace is slowly winding down. You walk along the cosy streets of the city and the fog goes with you. A ghost-like city will force you to feel the power and resistance of Shushi. At that time…


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Sarigyugh: The Tradition of Armenians and Bread

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28.03.2019

“In the past, when baking bread, neighbors or relatives all gathered together to help one another, and women in the village who were in need would also help and be paid with bread they baked,” says 22-year-old resident of Sarigyugh David Yeganyan.

As soon as I stepped into Melik-Yegan bakery,…


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Berkaber: Tale of a Fisherman

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26.03.2019

For some, fishing is an instinct which has unwittingly been passed down to us for thousands of years, for some it’s a way of catching a break from everyday life, and for border guard 29-year-old Tatul Mayilyan in Berkaber, fishing is a way of life.

Every other day a young…


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Berkaber: One reservoir – two countries

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24.03.2019

I’d been thinking of starting a series of people living in border villages for a long time. I’m interested in their reality and everyday life. That’s why I went to Berkaber.

The first stop of my trip was Berkaber’s “Extreme” café, where I was greeted with a smile, invited in,…


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Ughtasar:Toward the Beginning of Civilization

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21.02.2019

Ughtasar is a unique outdoor museum. It is a place where the traditions, lifestyle and life of old Armenians are revealed. I’ve always wondered what the petroglyphs actually looked like.

A dream that would come true in a few hours. The hotel where I was going to spend the night…

Lilit Khachaturyan
Armenia, Yerevan

Hi there, It’s me Lilit! And this is my journey! This blog is one of the best ways to describe my paths. Each and every story reflects what I have seen, felt and experienced. I’m in love with long roads, books and colors I can’t resist sweets and until now I’m scared of grasshoppers and village water closets (WC-s). Welcome to my world.

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