19.06.2017 | 
Society
THE OPENING CEREMONY OF THE HOUSE-MUSEUM OF TATUL KRPEYAN
THE OPENING CEREMONY OF THE HOUSE-MUSEUM OF TATUL KRPEYAN
On June 17, the solemn opening ceremony of the House-Museum of the RA National Hero, YSU student, soldier liberator Tatul Krpeyan was held in his native village Tatul.

The opening ceremony was attended by the Deputy Minister of Defense of Armenia Artak Davtyan, Chairman of “Vardanank” Club Satenik Abrahamyan, Vice-President of the club Ruzanna Krpeyan club members, Dean of the Faculty of History Edik Minasyan, Director of the Center on Student Affairs Vahagn Varagyan, Chairman of YSU Student Council Armen Khachikyan , Vice-Chairman David Apoyan, senior officers, mothers of soldiers who died during the war, the April war veterans and others.

 

The participants paid tribute to Tatul Krpeyan’s tomb first and then participated in the main event.

 

“There are people who always help their friends or relatives but very few serve their motherland in this way. Tatul Krpeyan is one of the brightest individuals beginning with the years of the national awakening. It is thanks to people like Mr. Krpeyan we live today in our two Armenian victorious states,” - said Deputy Defense Minister Artak Davtyan.

 

The exhibition of the museum shows us his personal belongings, photographs, works, which describe Tatul Krpeyan’s heroic deeds.

 

 

“Today is a historic day. Heroes are born in time, bringing with them and leaving patriotic ideology. Tatul was also a great intellectual,” - said Dean of the Faculty of History Edik Minasyan and added that Tatul was also his student.

 

The opening ceremony was accompanied by the performances of the ensemble “Zorakn” and folk song and dance ensemble “Karin”.

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