The virtual exhibition brought together 16 Armenian museums that have preserved eloquent evidences of Armenian culture and history for centuries and have played an important role in the preservation and study of these values.
79 years have passed since the complete liberation of Leningrad from the Nazi blockade.
On January 27, members of the charity foundation “Our Cause” together with representatives of the Armenian Apostolic Church of St. Petersburg honored the memory of the fallen heroes and took part in a solemn funeral ceremony at the Piskarev Memorial Cemetery.
Our Cause Foundation holds an exhibition of paintings by talented young artists from Artsakh/Armenia.
All of them are students of the Dizak Art Cultural Center, which was founded in March 2021 in Yerevan on the basis of the Department of Culture and Youth Affairs of the Hadrut District Administration of the NKR (Republic of Artsakh).Continue reading “Christmas charity event. Concert + auction of paintings”
On October 29, 2022, a khachkar dedicated to the centuries-old friendship of the peoples of Russia and Armenia was consecrated in Kirishi, Leningrad region.Continue reading “An Armenian khachkar has been installed in the city of Kirishi”
On October 6, 2022, on the eve of the arrival of Prime Minister of Armenia N. Pashinyan, a meeting with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Armenia to the Russian Federation Vagharshak Harutyunyan took place at the Consulate General of Armenia in St. Petersburg.Continue reading “Meeting with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Armenia to the Russian Federation Vagharshak Harutyunyan”
On 02.10.2022, the official opening and consecration of a complex for burial with a handmade khachkar took place at the Armenian site of the Beloostrovsky cemetery.Continue reading “Official opening and consecration of the complex for burial with handmade khachkar”
On September 8, the representatives of the Armenian Apostolic Church of St. Petersburg, led by the rector of the Church of St. Catherine, Priest Ephraim Zargaryan and the ‘Our Duty’ Charitable Foundation, laid wreaths and flowers at the Piskarevsky Memorial. The blockade of the city on the Neva is considered one of the bloodiest in the history of mankind. It lasted 872 days.Continue reading “Representatives of the Armenian Apostolic Church of St. Petersburg and the Charitable Foundation ‘Our Duty’ honored the memory of the victims of the siege of Leningrad”
For a significant contribution to the creation of the Theological Seminary of the Armenian Apostolic Church in St. Petersburg, the Charitable Foundation ‘Our Duty’ received gratitude, and the Member of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation Karen Sardaryan personally received a letter of thanks from the Vicar of the Head of the Russian and New – Nakhichevan diocese in the North-Western region of Hieromonk Poghos.
On June 23 at school No 259 of St. Petersburg, named after M. Loris-Melikov with the Armenian ethno-cultural component, a gala presentation of school-leaving certificates to graduates of the eleventh form took place.Continue reading “Presentation of school-leaving certificates at school No 259”
As part of his working visit to the Russian Federation, the President of the Republic of Armenia Vahagn Khachaturian met with representatives of the Armenian community in St. Petersburg in the building of the Consulate General of Armenia in the evening of June 16.Continue reading “Meeting with the President of the Republic of Armenia”