from Lady Keran Roslin 4-2004

Khachkars are “cross stones” which were used in medieval Armenia as grave and commemorative monuments. They commonly have an Armenian style cross on at least one side and remain to this day by the thousands in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkey.

Arm Gallery - Khachkars

Armenia Fest - Christianity and Armenian Culture - Sculptures and Cross-works (Khachkar)

Armenia Now - Disturbing the Dead: Concern grows for fate of Armenian cemeteries in Azerbaijan by Julia Hakobyan

Armenia Week History in Stone: Monuments mark the extent of Armenian settlement By Zhanna Alexanian

Armenian Khachkars

The Gift of Stone by Richard L. Ney - Khatchkars - The Origin of Khatchkars and Their Practical Significance

Jugha: The Khachkar Forest

Julfa (Culfa)


Khachkar - Symbol of Armenian Christendom

The Katchkars by Maximillien de La Croix de Lafayette

Kotayk Region - Khachkars

The Stone Cross - Armenian Khachkars

Zakarian Khachkar