If you have any knowledge of this place then post your Stories on this town
thank you. You could even attach pictures or paste stories or link video's
and music, Foods, Arts and crafts?
BUT YOU MUST STAY ON TOPIC WHICH IS THE CHALENGE OF THE MYSTERY PUZZLE For Habousi.
Habousi was once a thriving, tightly-knit Armenian village in eastern Turkey. ... Habousi was an agricultural town with nearly 400 households and 3000 ...
The Compatriotic Union of Habousi is comprised of Armenian immigrants and their descendants from the now-vanished village of Habousi, which was located in ...
The documents below are recollections of Habousi by its surviving inhabitants extracted from a book that was first published in Armenian in 1963 as "History of ...
Mar 14, 2016 - I have determined that the missing page contains the end of the listings for Munzur-oghlou and the start of the families from Habousi.
Foreword. In May of 1995, members of the Compatriotic Union of Habousi decided to embark on the project of translating the History of the Village of Habousi.
A Village Remembered is a noble attempt on the part of the Compatriotic Union of Habousi (Kharpert) to preserve the history and memory of a village in Anatolia.
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