|Subject:||Aurora Mardiganian was born Arshalouys Mardiganian in Chmshkatsag, an Armenian populated town near Kharpert in the Ottoman empire. Aurora Mardiganian became known to tens of thousands of people around the world through her story of survival and escape from deportation, massacre, and slavery during the Armenian Genocide of 1915. The Garden honors her memory and remarkable resilience, sacrifice and courage. (view image)|
|Type of Memorial:||Commemorative Plaque, Park|
|Physical Setting:||Located on the grounds of the Ararat Home of Los Angeles in Mission Hills.|
|Physical Condition:||Good condition|
Los Angeles, California United States
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