Glen Cove Holocaust Museum hosts exhibition on Armenian Genocide
YEREVAN, JUNE 1, ARMENPRESS. An exhibition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide was opened at New York’s Glen Cove Holocaust Museum. The Deputy Director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Suren Manukyan informed “Armenpress” that the exhibition consists of two parts – photo stories, an exhibition dedicated to the U.S. humanitarian aid and Near East Relief. Alongside with the exhibition, the movie telling about the Armenian Genocide survivor Aurora Mardiganian will be displayed.
Among other things, the Deputy Director of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Suren Manukyan underscored: “It’s of a certain importance to have such an exhibition, as it will be open for the visitors until September. It will be taken to another Holocaust Museum after the three months. I don’t want to introduce further details, as the negotiations on the issue continue.”
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