Artsakh on the Web
Website of the Office of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic in the United States. Here you will find a wide range of information about the Nagorno Karabakh Republic and its official representation in the United States.
"Hayastan" All-Armenian Fund's mission is to
unite the people of Armenia, Artsakh and Diaspora, committed
to provide high quality, financially sound development assistance
to Armenians leaving throughout the world.
Armenia Fund provides multi-level, large-scale humanitarian and infrastructure development assistance to the Republic of Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh Republic by uniting the resources of Armenians around the world.
Armenia Fund USA is dedicated to supporting
large-scale, self-sustaining initiatives in both Armenia and
Karabakh, republics in social and political transition with
tremendous potential for the future.
ArtsakhWorld.Com: History and Culture of Artsakh/Nagorno
Gandzasar.com is a web resource dedicated to the history of Nagorno Karabakh and architecture of the Gandzasar Monastery (1216-1266) – one of the most renowned and well-preserved ecclesiastical complexes of medieval Armenia.
Amaras.org is a web resource dedicated to the history of Nagorno Karabakh's Amaras Monastery – one of the most ancient and well-known cultural and religious symbols of early medieval Armenia. The Amaras Monastery was founded by St. Gregory the Enlightener in the early 4th century. It also was the venue where St. Mesrob Mashtots (362 AD -440 AD) established the first school where the Armenian alphabet, which he invented in 405 AD, was taught to students.
Articles and photography from independent photojournalist Russell Pollard. The website provides a unique non-Armenian perspective on the life and issues of Artsakh.
Organizations who share our objectives are welcome to propose links to their web-sites to be posted on this page. Please send an e-mail to info@AmericansForArtsakh.org with your web address along with a short description.
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