The Museum of Pertch Proshian, Ashtarak

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  • Hello world. This House Museum is located almost in the Centre of the town of Ashtarak, seen the owner was a wealthy person. The House many paintings, household utensils and miscellaneous yard small but perfectly manicured and felt that its employees perform their duty with love. Often spend cultural events, folk dancing, music and recite poems.
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  • Perche Proshyan is 19 Armenian writer of the 20th century, who was born in the village of Ashtrak. Wrote novels, plays, a lot of translated. He also is known as the founder of the Armenian theatre in Tiflis. A museum dedicated to his life and work. Heavily on the fan, I wasn't interested.
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  • Պերճ Պռոշյանի տուն-թանգարանի շենքը բացվել է 1990 թ.-ին։ Թանգարանը հատկապես հետաքրքիր է նրանով, որ ներկայացնում է Աշտարակի19-րդ դարի կենցաղը։ Մոտակայքում 5-րդ դարի Ծիրանավոր և 13-րդ դարի Սպիտակավոր եկեղեցիները։
  • Armenia, Ashtarak, House-Museum of Percha Proshyan-Armenian writer and educator. In 1855, he graduated from the seminary of Nersisyan in Tbilisi. In 1861 he founded the first Armenian women's school. He was printed since 1859, one of the founders of the Armenian Theatre in Tbilisi (1863), the author of the play "Agashi" (1863; Based on the novel by H. Abovyan "Wounds of Armenia"). In 1860 he published the social and household novel "SOS and Vardieter". In historical novels "The Apple of Discord" (1878), "beginning of patrimonial torments" (1892), etc. Depicts the national liberation struggle of the Armenian people. In the novels "because of Bread" (1880), "Mireda" (1889), etc. He translated the compositions of L. N. Tolstoy, A. N. Ostrovsky, C. Dickens into the Armenian language. The collection of works by Prochyan in 7 volumes was released in 1962-1964. The museum employs very friendly and friendly staff dedicated to their work.
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