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- n. Armenian carved memorial stone.
The sledgehammers and cranes -- employed to remove and destroy every single khachkar or cross-stone -- were the tools of purging the proof and symbol of Armenian heritage in the borderland area by Iran.
Afterwards, a service will be held in Surb Harutyun Church and flowers will be laid at the khachkar in the churchyard.
Varazdat Hambardzumyan: khachkar is the seal of God on the Armenian land, it's the prayer of our nation.
A khachkar commemorating the Armenian Genocide will be inaugurated in the yard of St. Hakop Church, Canada.
The khachkar was inaugurated near Immaculate Conception Church.
The ceremony of unveiling of an Armenian khachkar (cross-stone) took place in La Plata, the capital of the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, last Saturday.
A khachkar (cross-stone) commemorating Armenian Genocide Victims will be erected in one of the streets of Malta's capital city.
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