Armenian Genocide Memorial Square

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Armenian Genocide Memorial Square was proposed by Los Angeles City Council members Mitch O'Farrell and Paul Krekorian and approved by the Los Angeles City Council on March 18, 2015.[1][2] The proposed place for the square is the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Western Avenue in Little Armenia. The square will honor 1.5 million Armenians that perished during the 1915 Armenian Genocide.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Arranaga, Tony. "COUNCIL APPROVES DESIGNATION OF ARMENIAN GENOCIDE MEMORIAL SQUARE - 13th DISTRICT WEBSITE". Cd13.com. Retrieved 2015-03-29.
  2. ^ "Agenda : Los Angeles City Council : March 18, 2015". Ens.lacity.org\accessdate=2015-03-29.
  3. ^ Mejia, Brittny; Goldenstein, Taylor; Blume, Howard (24 April 2015). "Armenian genocide: Massive march ends at Turkish consulate in L.A." Los Angeles Times. Officials on Friday designated the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Western Avenue as Armenian Genocide Memorial Square, an area that is part of Little Armenia.