Followers of the Baha'i faith will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of their founder Baha'u'llah this year. There is a small community of Baha'is in Armenia whose history dates back to 1889. Today there are about 200 followers of the Baha'i faith in the country.
An extensive collection of vintage Soviet glassware has found a home in Gyumri, Armenia’s second largest city. Boasting over 1600 pieces, the collection was carefully curated by collector Artush Mkrtchyan. Arpine Haroyan unfolds the history of the collection to its post-WWII origins.
In this photo essay, Roubina Margossian discovers a gem near the neighborhood where she grew up in Beirut. The Kohar Library, established by the Khatchadourian brothers, who founded the Kohar Symphony based out of Gyumri, houses thousands of books related to Armenian music and so much more.