Armenian Buenos Aires takes place in Argentina's capital

PanARMENIAN.Net - Series of events entitled Armenian Buenos Aires launched in Buenos Aires. The events in the capital of Argentina will be devoted to following themes: "Migration of Armenians in Buenos Aires", "Armenians and Religion", "Religion and denial", "The role of Armenian women in the society", "Armenian press", "Armenian Culture", "Armenian cooking". The cycle of events will be finalized by the concert of Armenian bands.



Unveiling ceremony of "Armenian Buenos Aires" took place on August 10 in one of the oldest buildings of the capital of Argentina, the Conference Room of the first parliament. The "Armenian Buenos Aires" program is aimed at displaying the role of Armenians in the development of cultural, economic, social and humanitarian areas of Buenos Aires's life over the past 100 years, as well as at presenting the culture and history of the Armenian people.

The events are organized by the Commission for protection of historical and cultural heritage at the Argentina's ministry of culture.
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