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Spiritual Painting - Karmravor Church Vii Century Armenia by Helena Bebirian

Karmravor Church Vii Century Armenia is a painting by Helena Bebirian which was uploaded on October 16th, 2009.

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CONGRATULATIONS!! Featured on Women Painters. Great artwork. Love the colours, textures and composition!!!!

Helena Bebirian replied:

Madalena, I am so honored! Thank you and Merry Christmas!

Wonderful painting, full of whimsy and life,

Helena Bebirian replied:

Thank you Talya for always your lovely comments! :))

Congratulations on your sale!!

Helena Bebirian replied:

Thank you Bill! :-)

Congrats on your sale!

Helena Bebirian replied:

Thank you so much, Ramona! :-)

Congratulations on the sale.....................Odon.

Helena Bebirian replied:

Many thank you's, Odon!

Congratulations on the sale!

Helena Bebirian replied:

Thank you kindly, Petco!

Congrats on your sale!

Helena Bebirian replied:

Many thank you's, Cheryl!

Love your expression, Helena! Congratulations on your sale :)!

Helena Bebirian replied:

Many thank you's, Xueling! :-))

Congrats on your sale!!!

Congrats on your sale!!

Helena Bebirian replied:

Thank you kindly, Ronald

Beautiful, congrats on your sale!

Helena Bebirian replied:

Many thank you's Ramona! :-))

Congrats on your sale!!!!

Helena Bebirian replied:

Thank you so much, Bill! :-)

Armenia, known as the land of a thousand churches. Karmravor (Armenian: Կարմրաւոր Եկեղեցի; meaning "reddish" because of the color of its dome) or Surb Astvatsatsin (Armenian: Սուրբ Աստուածածին, meaning Holy Mother of God) is a 7th century Armenian church built by priests Gregory and Manas. The church is located on the northeast side of the town of Ashtarak in Aragatsotn Marz, Armenia According to a legend, three sisters lived in Ashtarak, all of whom fell in love with the same man, prince Sargis. The elder two sisters decided to commit suicide in favor of the youngest one. One wearing an apricot-orange dress and the other wearing a red dress, they threw themselves into the gorge. When the youngest sister found out, she put on a white dress and also threw herself into the gorge. Sargis then became a hermit and three small churches appeared at the edge of the gorge, named after the sisters' dress colors.

. what a sad tragic story to accompany your lovely painting Helena .

Helena Bebirian replied:

Many thank you's, Sharon for your wonderful comments! Always love seeing your views! :))~HB

Beautiful.. love the description too.

Helena Bebirian replied:

Thank you so very much for the lovely comments! ~HB

Beautiful, I can see the influence!

Helena Bebirian replied:

So wonderful of you to comment, Snejana! Multiple thank you's! ~HB

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