Summer School 2019 continues at the Aghavnadzor-based training base of Armenian State Pedagogical University. The third day of the programme was also interesting for the participants. This time they visited Yerevan.
First, they were at Matenadaran, Scientific Research Institute of Ancient Manuscripts named after Mesrop Mashtots. With the help of a guide, the foreign participants of the programme got acquainted with all the manuscripts preserved in Matenadaran. Astonished and impressed by everything that they saw, they said the Matenadaran is a real repository and the manuscripts kept there are of great cultural value.
Later, the group visited the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute, where they got acquainted with the history and facts and paid tribute to the memory of the innocent victims of the Armenian Genocide.
Then they had a walk through the Armenian capital. “I particularly liked Cascade. There I had an inexplicable feeling; the whole city seemed to be in my palm,” said Anna Zakieva, a student of the Moscow State University of Psychology and Education. She is happy to be in the capital of a country that has centuries-old history.
Tours and lectures are scheduled for the coming days.