n the morning, the group headed to Oshakan. They visited the tombstone of Meshrob Mashtots and the adjacent alphabet sculptures. Father Vazken Hovhannisian gave a brief presentation about the invention of Armenian Alphabet and the history of the church.
In the afternoon, the members arrived at Gyumri, the city of craft and art. Gyumri’s subtle beaty was filling the heart of the participants. To know better about Gyumri, the participants had the opportunity to communicate with the local people. They were divided into two groups. The groups went around different streets and asked the locals to tell stories about Gyumri. They wrote down the needed information, completed their group work, and returned back to the hotel.