Memorial Khachkar in Cambridge, Massachusetts

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Subject:The victims of the 1915 Armenian Genocide.
Type of Memorial:Monumental Sculpture
Sponsor(s):Armenian Church and American-Armenian community members.
Architect/Designer/Artist:Artist from Republic of Armenia; name unknown.
Placement:Freestanding sculpture in the frontyard of St. Holy Trinity Armenian Church.
Physical Setting:Outdoors, in front of the church complex. Flat land.
Tourist Amenities:Yes
Map Designation:St. Holy Trinity Armenian Church
Physical Condition:Well preserved.
Location:Holy Trinity Armenian Church, 145 Brattle Street
Cambridge, Massachusettes 02138-2296 United States
Construction Began:1990s
Construction Completed:1990s
Prior Use of Site:Frontyard of the Armenian Church.
Development/Construction Process:The tufa stone khachkar (cross-stone) sculpture is from Armenia.
History of Ownership:Owned by the Holy Trinity Armenian Church of Cambridge.
Additional Information: Hayrenik Magazine. Watertown, MA. 1990s

Weekly Magazine. Watertown, MA. 1990s