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​One Photographer’s Personal Endeavor to Track Down Survivors of the Armenian Genocide, 100 Years Later

​​​​Smithsonian.com

​Few places are more important to Armenian national identity than Mount Ararat, the snowcapped peak that looms over Yerevan, the capital city. A centerpiece of Armenian folklore and religious history where Noah’s Ark is said to have landed, the mountain evokes pride and a sense of place. It is featured on the Armenian coat of arms and currency. But it also looms as a reminder of the tragedy that has dominated Armenian life.


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