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Hyestanci Highlanders: Armenia turns Scottish for Burns Night

The Scottish poet Robert Burns (“My love is like a red, red rose . . . “) never made it to Armenia during his life (1759-1796), but his memory is raised here every year when Scots and pretend-Scots gather for “Burns Night”.

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03.11.2011 03:36
Thank you for sharing this beautiful event here! I think it's also worthwhile mentioning the person's name who we owe for founding this lovely celebration in Armenia.
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30.01.2011 22:33
Burns is a wonderful event, here is how it was in 2011, UK Ambassador to Armenia, Charles Lonsdale on Burns Supper: http://blogs.fco.gov.uk/roller/lonsdale/
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03.02.2010 11:01
So that's what haggis looks like.
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