Pomegranate festival

Artsakh Hosts Wine and Pomegranate Festivals: Video Report


TOGH/MARTUNI, Artsakh – Food and wine festivals have become traditional in Artsakh. During the last two months, this wonderful Armenian land, known for its hospitality and nice food, organized two festivals.

Garen Bagdasarian, resident of Rhode Island, participated in the first one which was arranged in the village of Togh. Born in Baku, Azerbaijan, Bagdasarian, as a result of anti-Armenian riots in this city in the late 20th century, found refuge in the United States. Later, he made the decision to move back to Artsakh and to support the village whence his parents came. Now Garen produces Apris and other wines in the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR).

The traditional Pomegranate Food Festival took place in the town of Martuni. President of NKR Bako Sahakyan, along with many tourists, including from the United States, was present.
The Mirror-Spectator, in collaboration with Artsakh’s TV, publishes below the English-subtitled video report on the two festivals prepared by the journalists of Artsakh Public TV Company.

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