Findings At Archaeological Site In Ar...

Findings At Archaeological Site In Armenia Could Shed Light On A Number Of Questions

There are 4 comments on the Groong story from Nov 22, 2013, titled Findings At Archaeological Site In Armenia Could Shed Light On A Number Of Questions. In it, Groong reports that:

FINDINGS AT ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE IN ARMENIA COULD SHED LIGHT ON A NUMBER OF QUESTIONS 18:09 21.11.2013 Alisa Gevorgyan Public Radio of Armenia A huge cemetery found as a result of three-year archaeological excavations in the ancient site of Karmir Blur in Yerevan is of huge scientific significance, says Hakob Simonyan, head of the expedition and ... (more)

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lambroni ardziv

Katy, TX

#1 Nov 23, 2013
is there a way that the road under construction can be diverted so it would bypass the excavation site so that the site can be seen by tourists visiting Yerevan
Rockstar

Port Huron, MI

#2 Nov 23, 2013
Tourists in Yerevan. Martians on Earth.
common sense armo

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Nov 23, 2013
Rockstar wrote:
Tourists in Yerevan. Martians on Earth.
did we ask for your mundane thoughts? dont be upset. tourists visited armenian land stolen from turkey which is now eastern turkey, they visit greek land that is now western turkey, kurdish land that is northern turkey, and now they actually visit one of the places where it all stems from. good for them. as for you, well theyll have to go to mongolia for that.
common sense armo

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Nov 23, 2013
Rockstar wrote:
Tourists in Yerevan. Martians on Earth.
lol also, on a side note, knowing that your country is islamic, thell probably think of you as terrorists and pickpockets. kinda ignorant in terms of general muslims, but somewhat accurate for turkish muslims

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