#graffiti #Yerevan #evn (at Abovyan street)
#GoldenApricot newspaper (at Moscow Cinema)
#WorldCup fans and their phones in 2010 and 2014
mapsontheweb: Albanian and Armenian are unique, as well.
Indo-European Languages within their Present-day Eurasian Homelands
The dotted/striped areas show where multilingualism is common.
I love this map because it shows how odd Hungary, Basque, Estonia and Finland are in Europe. You can also notice the split areas in Moldova, Serbia/Kosovo, Cyprus, Belgium, Lapland, India and the obvious Kurdistan. I noticed that Albanian and Armenian are unique, as well.
The Beautiful Process of Turning Quartz Into Lab Glass at 3,000 Degrees
Pomegranate graffiti in Yerevan
Ah, don’t you just love the smell of newsprint in the morning?