In Armenian history, Mount Ararat is the most important geographic symbol of Armenian identity. It is considered holy and an outstanding symbol of political existence and as such has always been a part of Armenian national life. Mount Ararat represents the fatherland to Armenians around the world. Armenia lost control over Mt. Ararat under the 1922 Treaty of Kars with Turkey.
"Ararat" is a photographic journey, which documents the faces, landmarks and places of the Armenian life.