Alex and Marie Manoogian Treasury House

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Alex and Marie Manoogian Treasury House was built during the reign of Catholicos of All Armenians Vazgen I by American-Armenian philanthropists Alex and Marie Manoogians in 1982. The architect of the treasury house museum is Baghdasar Arzumanyan.

Spiritual and cultural heritage and values ​​created by Armenians for centuries, such as church sanctuaries and relics, applied art samples, altar curtains, ancient Armenian carpets, gathered at the Mother See from all over the world, are kept and exhibited in two spacious halls.

In a separate hall there are also valuable presents to the Armenian Catholicoses in different times. 

In 2013, the "Karl and Emma Sogoian Manuscript Exhibition Hall" of valuable collection of Mother See manuscripts began functioning in the Treasury.

 

 

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