Armenian Genocide Museum to Open In Buenos Aires
Tuesday, 19 March, 2019, 17:25
The Buenos Aires City Council has given the green light to the construction of an Armenian Genocide Museum in the city, Estacao Armenia reported. The city council voted 54 to 2 last week to approve the measures, which will enable the Armenian Genocide Memorial Foundation to build what it called a “Museum of Armenian Memory, History and Culture.”
The property is located on Gurruchaga Street, very close to heart of the Armenian community in the suburb of Palermo.
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