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Copyright: Saman Sarraf (samansarraf) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 692 W: 106 N: 309] (2320)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2007-09-20
Categories: Architecture, Artwork
Camera: nikon coolpix 4500
Exposure: f/2.6, 1/30 seconds
Photo Version: Original Version
Travelogue: Armenia Sep. 2007
Date Submitted: 2007-12-21 22:13
Viewed: 4872
Favorites: 1 [view]
Points: 20
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
Cette photo et la dernière concernant mon voyage en Armenie , vous voyez un grand batiment avec des sculptures. Celui, c'est inveteur/createur l'alphabet armenien. Il s'appelle Mesrop Mashtots.
Voici la petite biographie de Mashtots:
Mesrob Mashtots was born in Taron[1] and died in Vagharshapat. Koryun, his pupil and biographer, tells us that Mesrop received a liberal education, and was versed in the Greek, Syriac, and Persian languages[1]. On account of his piety and learning Mesrob was appointed secretary to King Chosroes III. His duty was to write in Greek, Persian, and Syriac characters the decrees and edicts of the sovereign.

But Mesrop felt called to a more perfect life. Leaving the court for the service of God, he took holy orders, and withdrew to a monastery with a few chosen companions. There, says Koryun, he practiced great austerities, enduring hunger and thirst, cold and poverty. He lived on vegetables, wore a hair shirt, slept upon the ground, and often spent whole nights in prayer and the study of the Holy Scriptures. This life he continued for a few years, preparing himself for the great work to which Providence was soon to call him. Indeed both Church and State needed his services.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Mesrob

J'esepre que ça vous intéresse cette série des photo qui ont ete pris en Armenie en septembre 2007.
Merci de votre attention ;)

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  • efi Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 198 W: 11 N: 211] (3730)
  • [2007-12-21 23:41]

hi saman;
center placed,soft late afternoon lighted ,very sharp an architectural shot.tfs.

Hi Saman,
Very beautiful architecture and perspective.Nice colours and details.well done.TFS.
Greetings
H.Ayhan

Is this the Museum of Manuscripts?
Beautiful place!
Thank you, Saman!
Hag Sameah!

Hello Saman,
beautifull shoot, excellent presentation and note..

Igor

Salam Saman,


Another nice shot, the warm sunshine gives the building a good contrats and level of interest. TFS

Gorbanat

Faramarz

Hi Saman, great POV for this beautiful architecture, good composition with splendid light, very well done, ciao Silvio

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  • eosnut Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 647 W: 285 N: 2085] (13374)
  • [2007-12-26 0:15]

Hello Saman,
Interesting history in your note and the picture of this magnificent building.
Your gallery of buildings is well worth showing. TFS.
My kind regards,
Peter.

Hi Saman
Very beautiful architecture and perspective.vgreat POV for this beautiful architecture.

Saman

arte gracias por compartir

hi saman ... nice shot of this place..was great man Mesrop Mashtots. .. i`m an Armenian origin .. thanks for posting this :) ..
i love the light reflection on the walls show the typical Armenian red walls .. thanks ... regards Harout.

Nice Shot dear Saman
;)

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