Life in Artsakh Mets Tagher village

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Even if you have never been to Artsakh, you must have heard about the amazing nature and picturesque places of this region, and if you have, you definitely miss Artsakh, Stepanakert, and any district or village you have visited.

Mets Tagher village in Hadrut region, located 60 km from Stepanakert, seems to be only a small fragment of these picturesque landscapes, all the colors and shades of all the palettes of nature are condensed here.

Mets Tagher is surrounded with wooded mountains.

As of 1841, 698 people lived in the village. Later, the population continued to grow, and in 1914 reached a maximum of 3,500 people. According to the 2005 census, 1,411 people live in the village.

Today there is a kindergarten and a school in Mets Tagher named after Marshal Armenak Khanperyants. As of September 1, 2013, there are 232 students in the school.

The village also has a museum of Marshal Armenak Khanperyants.

About 400 residents took part in the Artsakh Liberation War, 45 of who died.

In 2012, a memorial in honor of those killed in the Artsakh war was opened in the village.

We could not leave the village without visiting the sacred place called Gregory the Illuminator. The road was difficult, but the final destination was a wonderful landscape of the village that appeared in all its glory.

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