What is the Armenian Future as Learned from the Past?

Noravank Monastery is one of many picturesque locations in Armenia, and near Areni Caves
Gobekli Tepe in southeastern Turkey, near modern Armenia. The ruins are over 11,000 years old.
The Areni-1 Cave, site of the oldest known wine making and leather work, 6,000 years old
Bagratuni Armenia, around 1,000 AD. Borders were similar to the Treaty of Sevres borders of 1920. Modern Armenia includes Lake Sevan area (northeast on map), but Lake Van region (most of southwest) is now Turkey
Armenian Genocide Memorial in Yerevan, Armenia

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