Կախարդական լապտերը- Դորիան Գրեյի դիմանկարը

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– Լավ, Միտյա, հերիք է խաղաս: Հիմա ֆիլմ ենք դիտելու:

– Կատյա, Ես նոր սուպեր-մեգա բոնուս ստացա:

– Ու ինչ:

–  Ես հիմա սուպեր-մեգա լավն եմ ու դու էլ ինձ հավասար չես: Ես քեզ հետ նույնիսկ խոսել չեմ ցանկանում:

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Tatev Monastery

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The Monastery of Tatev is a 9th century Armenian monastery located in Tatev village in Syunik Marz in southern Armenia. The term “Tatev” usually refers to the monastery.

A legend tells of an event about the construction of the main church, where an apprentice secretly climbs to the top of its steeple intending to place a cross of his own design. However, the apprentice ls spotted by his master during his descent. The apprentice loses his foothold having been noticed, and he falls into the abyss as he calls upon God to grant him wings, which, in Armenian “ta tev”.  

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Tatev stands on a plateau on the edge of the deep gorge of the Vorotan River. It became the bishopric seat of Syunik and played a significant role in the history of the region as a centre for economic, political, spiritual and cultural activity.

In the 14th and 15th centuries Tatev monastery hosted one of the important Armenian medieval universities which contributed to the education of science, religion and philosophy, reproduction of books and development of miniature painting. Scholars of Tatev University contributed to the preservation of Armenian culture and creed during one of his most Turbulent periods in its history.

Похожее изображениеIn 1995, the monasteries of Tatev, Tatevi Anapat and their adjacent areas of Vorotan Valley were added to the list of World Heritage Sites of UNESCO. In October 2010, Armenia launched the world’s longest reversible aerial tramway a 5,750 km long cable-car, as part of its effort to revive tourism in the area.Картинки по запросу wings of tatev hd

Картинки по запросу wings of tatev hd

“LET’S SPEAK ENGLISH” PROJECT

IMG_2983Watch our interview with kids here.
Today we had our very first experience within the collaborative project with third graders. As my first kind of interview we were curious about it how it was going to end up like. So we had that period, children were participating, they were energetic, hype they did their best to answer to all the questions to talk English fluently but it was the first time for both, them and us. That’s why next time we do such a project it should be a bit even more organised All in all it was a good experience and I would like to give it a try again, but maybe not with fifth graders but with 7th or 8th graders.

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What would you change in your hometown?

If I could change one thing about my hometown, I would like to create more parks. Parks are places where you can relax and find peace. In my hometown there are a lot of buildings and it would be great to have small green ” islands” between them. Our sidewalks are usually narrow and they are not suitable for jogging or bicycling, there would be places to have free fitness classes. The construction of parks would provide teens to go out and meet their friends, they would have places to have picnics, play sports. Parents would be able to have family time with kids. That kind of spaces would benefit both the mental and physical health of people.