| 02.03.11 | 16:41
The first two calendar days of spring in Yerevan have been marked by nice, but sunny-to-cloudy changeable weather, typical of “crazy” March.
| 01.03.11 | 19:48
Hundreds of candles were lit today at Myasnikyan monument (the main site of the tragic events) in memory of the victims of March 1, 2008 clashes between civilians and law-enforcement bodies. The initiative belongs to the People's Party leader Tigran Karapetyan.
| 28.02.11 | 11:58
A gaffe in protocol was caught by photographers in St. Petersburg Friday, as the Armenian president sat before the Russian flag, and vice versa. Russian President Dimitry Medvedev quickly asserted that the symbolic mis-seating “demonstrates the strategic nature of our relations”.
| 25.02.11 | 17:30
Men in black, flowers in colors.
| 23.02.11 | 16:20
Today, February 23, a solemn ceremony was held at the Victory Park in Yerevan dedicated to the Homeland Defender Day formerly marked in the Soviet Union (as Army Day) and now only in Russia.
| 21.02.11 | 13:50
On Saturday, February 19, St. Sargis Day was largely celebrated in the Armenian capital. St Sargis traditionally portrayed as a knight on a white horse and wearing a red mantle is believed to be the supporter of those in need and those in love.
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| 18.02.11 | 17:26
Prior to St. Sargis's Day tomorrow, February 19, Youth World NGO within its Park of Hearts project hang colorful paper hearts with love confessions from trees near state universities in Yerevan. St. Sargis is believed to be the patron of those in love. Tonight young people who want to know their love-to-be can eat salty flat-cakes and whoever they see in their dream giving them water is believed to be their future spouse.
| 17.02.11 | 15:27
Khnko-Aper National Children’s library held the 6th annual book fair today, February 17, in Yerevan.