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Culture Minister Opens Festival Dedicated to Armenia

Ljubljana, 18 February - Culture Minister Majda Sirca opened the exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" on Wednesday evening at the Cankarjev dom arts centre in Ljubljana. The exhibition is the main event of Cankarjev dom's 8th festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to the South Caucasus country.

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
Zemfira Tarajan from the National History Museum in Yerevan speaks at the opening of the exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
Zemfira Tarajan from the National History Museum in Yerevan speaks at the opening of the exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
Culture Minister Majda Sirca speaks at the opening of the exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
Zemfira Tarajan from the National History Museum in Yerevan speaks at the opening of the exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
Zemfira Tarajan from the National History Museum in Yerevan speaks at the opening of the exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
Nina Pirnat Spahic of the Cankarjev dom culture centre speaks at the opening of the exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
Culture Minister Majda Sirca (right) and the director of the Cankarjev dom culture centre Mitja Rotovnik (second from right) at the opening of the exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The director of the Cankarjev dom culture centre Mitja Rotovnik at the opening of the exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

Ljubljana
The director of the Cankarjev dom culture centre Mitja Rotovnik at the opening of the exhibition "Armenian Tradition between the Secular and the Sacred" as part of a traditional festival of foreign cultures, this year dedicated to Armenia.
Photo: Matej Leskovsek/STA

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