Even though EurasiaReview has an area for reader comments, almost none have ever appeared, certainly none of mine. So, I don't bother to wasting keystrokes. An article, dated July 20, 2015 and posted on EurasiaReview entitled, Nakhchivan: Its Splendid Architecture Reflected In Bridges And Fortresses – OpEd requires a response. Its author expects his readership to assume that Nakhichevan is some natural wonder that Azerbaijani culture has created. The author tries to accomplish this by the selective deletion of facts. Let's take a look at one BIG fact missing.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science published a study, updated July 17, 2015, showing clear proof that Azerbaijani authorities destroy Armenian cemeteries in Nakhichevan, the last known major cultural destruction took place in December 2005. I would have my readers look at High-Resolution Satellite Imagery and the Destruction of Cultural Artifacts in Nakhchivan, Azerbaijan
If that is not good enough, perhaps a live video of Azerbaijanis destroying the Armenian culture of Nakhichevan. See: Azeri soldiers destroying Armenian Khachkars at Armenian cemetery Based on clear actions directed by the government of Azerbaijan, Azerbaijani culture is typified by the elimination of the culture of others and calling what remains Azerbaijani.