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Armenia & Karabagh (The Stone Garden Guide) Paperback – September 1, 2006
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A top guidebook. --The Washington Times, September 2006
A fascinating and eduational overview of Armenia and Karabagh. This book is an ideal companion for any traveler. --Sherry Schwarz, Editor, Transitons Abroad Magazine
About the Author
Robert Kurkjian has lived, worked and traveled extensively throughout Armenia since 1995, as a photojournalist and as a professor of environmental science at the American University of Armenia. Matthew and Robert are also co-authors of "Out of Stone" and "Edge of Time: Traveling in Armenia and Karabagh." Their photography and writing have been published in quality magazines in the US, UK, and Canada.
Top Customer Reviews
One of the good things about the book is that it also touches Karabakh. It was liberated from azeri rule about 20 years ago, saving a part of the local Christian population from ethnic cleansing. The book is just brilliant... it talks about many historical monuments and the masterpieces of Nature. At the same time it is not trying to sell you everything: it helps to set the priorities for someone who has a limited time in the country.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Reading the book and seeing the colourful photographs are entertaining in this book. İt is commendable that the author of the book undertook the mission to write the book and have... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Vahe Achikian
I purchased this as part of planning my trip to Armenia. It was ok.Published 19 months ago by Margaret O. Williams
Good to read, and a fine travel companion. Very enjoyable, accurate and a well written, well illustrated, and pocketable book for my upcoming visit to Armenia.Published on May 4, 2013 by microdoc
I got this book for our recent trip to Armenia, based on the reviews I saw here. I am extremely disappointed with the book. Read morePublished on October 6, 2009 by M. Kalpakgian
If you're planning on travelling through Armenia and Karabagh, you must get this book. It's far and away the most comprehensive guide available to the region. Read morePublished on April 6, 2008 by DFG