Culture of Nagorno-Karabakh includes artifacts of tangible and intangible culture that has been historically associated with Nagorno Karabakh and Artsakh—a historical province in the Southern Caucasus most of which is controlled by the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. These include monuments of religious and civil architecture, memorial and defense structures, and various forms of art.
Read more about Culture Of Nagorno-Karabakh: General Information, Historical Monuments of The Pre-Christian Era, Monasteries, Churches and Chapels in And Around Nagorno-Karabakh, Monuments of Civil Architecture, History of Vandalism and Destruction, Fortresses, Castles and Princely Palaces, Khachkars in Nagorno Karabakh and Historical Artsakh, Lapidary Inscriptions, Fresco Art, Illuminated Manuscripts, Carpets and Rugs
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