YEREVAN — On July 29, 2014 five stamps have been put into circulation within the framework of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.

The preparation of these stamps was contributed by the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute by providing unique photographs .

One of the stamps is dedicated to Danish missionaries and great humanists Karen Jeppe and Maria Jacobsen.

On the other stamps the photo of the Armenian historian, author of many works on the Armenian Genocide and the Armenian Cause John Kirakosyan, as well as the photos of the Armenian Genocide Memorial in Boston opened in 2012, Komitas statue in Paris placed in 2003 and the Armenian Martyrs Memorial in the city of Montevideo, Uruguay opened in 1975 are depicted.

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