Martakert Historical and Geographical Museum
Date of construction:
Martakert Historical and Geographical Museum was founded in 1997. The museum has 835 exhibits. It has 2 halls, big and small, or national and general. The Great Hall displays photos, maps, khachkars, photos of the participants of the Great Patriotic War, and the Artsakh Struggle for Survival and Historical and Cultural Monuments of the Martakert region, as well as personal belongings. The small hall displays 70 exhibits related to ethnography and life. The common hall is conventionally divided into several corners.
– The Khachen in ancient times
– The Great Patriotic War 1941-1945
– Death, anticipated, is immortality.
– Reborn Martakert
Admission to the museum is free.
Address: Martakert, Azatamartikneri St., Building 51
Statues of pagan idols
Kula (made of yellowish-red clay), from the Hellenistic period. The floor is uneven, the torso is convex, it has a ridge that starts a little below the lip and ends at the top of the torso. The lip is completely damaged. It has striped ornaments on the outside.
Plate (copper). The waist is round, slightly deep. The top of the plate has diagonal ornaments, the bottom is decorated with lines. The bowl has a 3 cm diameter fracture on the lip. The general condition is satisfactory.
Fruit bowl (copper). The torso is round, the floor is supported by a support. The part of the lip is lined and has a 3 cm long fracture. Part of the floor is partially broken by the support. The general condition is satisfactory.
Trekh (processed pig leather). The edges are woven with leather straps, the leather straps are made of colorful woolen threads, which serve to fasten it to the foot. The sharpness of the edge is not preserved. The general condition is good.
Triangular letters sent from the front by Tigran Anastasyan from Martakert, a participant of the Patriotic War.
Sasun Hakobyan’s personal belongings, clothes, rifle case.