On the 28th day of the war, the promises of a wedding ceremony in the Holy Ghazanchetsots Church of Shushi, were heard louder than the sound of a rocket.
There was a wedding in Ghazanchetsots Church. Today's mistress of the white miracle of Shushi presented herself in Artsakh costume, and the groom was in a real man's outfit, a soldier.
A wedding symbolizing life, longevity and victory in shelled Shushi.
By Arthur Khachatryan