The Armenian church of Red Gospel. Tbilisi. Georgia
This is a small piece from a film about Armenian churches in Georgia. made by GIPA students
Georgianization of Armenian Church in Tbilisi, Georgia
We will not allow Georgians to convert the Armenian church into Georgian destroying Armenian crosses and other marks of Armenian identity
Among 29 Armenian churches functioning in Tbilisi in the beginning of 20th century, now only one is active
Sign here, please
Holy Mother of God Church in Tbilisi
The Holy Mother of God (or Red Gospel) Armenian Church of Tbilisi, is in danger of collapse. His Grace Bishop Vasken Mirzakhanyan, Primate of the Diocese of the Armenian Church in Georgia; gives details on the problem.
Թբիլիսիի Ս. Աստվածածին եկեղեցին
Թբիլիսիում վերջնական փլուզման վտանգի տակ է Շամխորեցոց Սուրբ Աստվածածին կամ Կարմիր Ավետարան հայկական եկեղեցին: Խնդիրը բարձրաձայնում է Վիրահայոց հայոց թեմի առաջնորդ Գերշ. Տ. Վազգեն եպս. Միրզախանյանը:
Surb Nshan Armenian Church in Tbilisi, Georgia - (pik)
Renovation of the Armenian Churches in Tbilisi
Currently,the Mughni St. Gevorg, and the St. Nshan Armenian churches in Tbilisi are being renovated. The St. Gevorg church is scheduled to be completed in a year. The renovation of these 2 churches has been implemented by the Culture Ministeries of the Republic of Armenia and Georgia.
Վերանորոգվում են Թբիլիսիի հայկական եկեղեցիները
Շարունակվում են Թբիլիսիի Մուղնու Սուրբ Գևորգ եւ Ս. Նշան եկեղեցիների վերանորոգման աշխատանքները: Ս. Գեւորգ եկեղեցու վերանորոգումը նախատեսված է ավարտել մեկ տարուց: Այս եկեղեցիների վերականգնման ծրագիրն իրականացվում է Հայաստանի և Վրաստանի մշակույթի նախարարությունների կողմից:
Comments on the condition of Armenian churches in Tbilisi
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Armenia - A Corner in Heaven - Trailer
We present the first x minutes of our production Armenia - A Corner in Heaven (27:53)
Production Date: 2011
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Language: English, French
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My definition of Communism is 'the system that kills humanity in man.' They succeeded in that in killing that feeling of caring for the other people. Family for Armenians came first. They would sacrifice everything for their family... in the past. Sister Arousiag (Director of the Our Lady of Armenia Centre).
Lying just south of the Caucasus Mountains, Armenia serves as a bridge to Asia, and according to legend, it where Noah's Ark came to rest on the peak of Mount Ararat. Armenia was also the first country to adopt Christianity as early as 301 AD. But it is also a country of great suffering; crushed and defeated over the centuries by powerful neighbours including Persia, The Roman and Ottoman Empires, and finally the Soviet regime. Today a clear majority of Armenian's live beyond Armenia's borders. For the 4% of Catholics remaining among the total population of 3.3 million, the situation is dire. Unemployment stands at nearly ninety percent and there are precious few signs of any improvement any time soon, whilst in the meantime empty factories decay and fall into ruin. The Church too was gutted, with many religious buildings destroyed or converted into warehouses. Into this apparent despair stepped Sr. Arousiag, bringing faith, hope and practical solutions to the daily challenges faced by those most marginalised -- the children.
Symposium Dedicated to Armenian Culture
A 5 day international symposium entitled Armenian- Romanian Cultural Heritage was held in Bucharest, the Republic of Romania dedicated to Romanian-Armenian cultural heritage. Many scientists from Armenia, France, Hungary, and the Ukraine were in attendance for the symposium. It was organized by the Republic of Armenia Ministry of Culture in cooperation with the Romania Ministry of Culture through the support of the Diocese of Romania of the Armenian Church.
Բուխարեստում անց է կացվել ռումինահայ մշակութային ժառանգությանը նվիրված հնգօրյա միջազգային գիտաժողով` Հայաստանից, Ֆրանսիայից, Հունգարիայից, Մոլդովայից, Ուկրաինայից ժամանած գիտնականների մասնակցությամբ: Գիտաժողովը կազմակերպել էին Հայաստանի և Ռումինիայի մշակույթի նախարարությունները, Ռումինիայում Հայաստանի դեսպանությունն ու Ռումինական ակադեմիան` Ռումինիայի հայոց թեմի և Հայոց միության աջակցությամբ:
Church in Tbilisi, Gerorgia
Church in Tbilisi, Georgia
Мой маленький итальянский дворик
Director: Elina Shakhnazarova
Atelier Varan Sud Caucasus
Karmir Avetaran 1989's movie
1989's movie - Shamkoretsots Sourb Astvatzatzin (Holy Mother of God) Church (Karmir Avetaran, Red Gospel) 1808
iranian church in tbilisi Georgia- france24
iranian church in tbilisi Georgia- france24
The Lower Bethlemi Church - ქვემო ბეთლემის ეკლესია (Tbilisi, Georgia)
The Lower Bethlemi Church(Georgian: ქვემო ბეთლემის ეკლესია), also known as the Church of Saint Stepanos of the Holy Virgins (Armenian: Կուսանաց Սուրբ Ստեփանոս վանք) or Koosanats Sourb Stepanos Vank) – is a 14th–19th-century church at the foot of Narikala fortress in Old Tbilisi, Georgia. It was rebuilt between 1868 and 1870  and operated as an Armenian church. In 1988 it was given to the Georgian Orthodox and its Armenian identity was Georgianized in 1991.
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A Burned Out Church In Tbilisi, Georgia
I don't know the name of this church or what happened as I just stumbled across it while exploring the back neighborhoods of Tbilisi. However, I was fascinated by the visual impact of the interior - the crypts exposed by fire, the mountains of burned bibles on the floor, etc.
Bishop Gregory's visit to Georgia Tbilisi 4 May 2014
Pamela Renner, Harout Petrosyan, GIPA, Tbilisi
Those were the days, my friend))))
Patriarch leads prayers in Tbilisi, displaced
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1. Wide exterior of Holy Trinity cathedral
2. Interior church, faithful touching religious picture being carried down aisle
3. Mid of Georgian Patriarch Ilya II sprinkling holy water
4. Close up of woman holding baby
5. Georgian Patriarch Ilya II sprinkling holy water
6. Various of people in church reaching out to Georgian Patriarch Ilya II
7. Male worshipper making sign of the cross in front of candles
8. Close up of candles
9. SOUNDBITE: (Georgian) Vox pop, Orthodox priest:
The territorial integrity of Georgia is recognised by the international community, and we pray that it will stay as it is and the Russian attempt against us will be prevented.
10. Various of priest and people walking outside church, UPSOUND: Bells chiming
11. Wide of displaced persons camp at the outskirts of Tbilisi
12. Ambulance parking outside camp
13. Various of internally displaced people washing themselves at water spot
14. People inside tents
15. SOUNDBITE: (Georgian) Manana, internally displaced woman from Kaspi region:
I hope with the help of the God we will return to our homes.
16. Young girl wiping her face
17. Mid of people inside tent
18. People outside house
19. People inside house
20. Woman tending to child being held by another woman
21. Mid of Red Cross logo on tent
22. Wide of camp
Georgians in the capital Tbilisi went to church on Sunday as usual, attending Orthodox Christian services across the capital.
At the Holy Trinity cathedral, the Georgian Patriarch, Ilya II, conducted the service, during which he condemned the continuing Russian occupation of Georgia and said that he was praying that peace would come soon to his country.
Meanwhile hundreds of Georgian internally displaced people from Gori and Kaspi region have found the shelter in a refugee camp on the outskirts of Tbilisi.
People pray they will be able to return to their homes soon.
I hope with the help of the God we will return to our homes, said Manana, an internally displaced woman from the Kaspi region.
The Georgia-Russia war has left hundreds of people dead or missing, and the United Nations said the conflict has displaced about 100-thousand civilians in Georgia and South Ossetia.
Russian forces poured into South Ossetia from Russia last week to repel a Georgian offensive, leading to a war between Russia and Georgia.
The United States and France have charged that Russia is defying a cease-fire deal it signed with Georgia in the 11-day-old conflict, but Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said on Sunday that Russian troops will begin pulling back towards South Ossetia on Monday.
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Students of a theological seminary in Tbilisi