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BESIDES monasteries, there is still plenty to see in Armenia.
In Yerevan, we visited the Erebuni Fortress (Erebuni is the old name of Yerevan), the Matenadaran Library, which has one of the richest depositories of manuscripts and books in the world.
Another main attraction was the Yerevan Cascade. It is a giant staircase that houses the biggest collection of modern art in Armenia. There are escalators that take you to the top, and at every level, there are fountains and pieces of modern art.
One of the most well-attended abstract art exhibits hereabouts was that of Hong Kong-based and UK-educated and trained Jewelle Yeung, youngest daughter of diamond czar Carlos and Mariquita Salimbangon-Yeung.
Jewelle, born with an enviable artistic streak in her genes, studied at the city and guilds of London Art School with a master’s degree in fine arts-oil painting. Her huge and imposing canvases depict a passion for summits, smog, the weather, with a sprinkling of animals, featuring the powerful horse gallops and graceful flight of out feathered friends.
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Since the 1960s, student activists have been exercising their freedom of speech to demonstrate against the Philippine government regarding graft and corruption, and poverty.
The students were then joined by farmers, drivers and then by educators in carrying placards expressing their legitimate grievances.
Pardon and a void marriage are not valid defenses in bigamy.
A wife sued her husband for bigamy after he contracted a second marriage with another woman while their marriage was still subsisting. The husband argued that he should not be held liable for bigamy because his wife allegedly consented to the second marriage and that there was already a pending case for the judicial declaration of nullity of the first marriage.
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