• View of houses in Khtsaberd
  • In the early morning Yenoq is taking sheep and cows to the field.
  • Nura Mirzoyan is standing near her house. She lost her son during the Karabakh war.
  • The view from Khtsaberd. People here are using wood for heating houses.
  • An old TV which is still in the shattered house of Heghush Petrosyan.
  • Heghush Petrosyan's house was destroyed when they were living there. After that they moved to another house, which is also not in a good state. Government is building a new house in Khut for them.
  • Emma Hayrapetyan is hand spinning wool at home.
  • Kolia goes home from his garden.
  • Photomontage of Valodia's and Marianush's portrait; they got it as a gift on their wedding. Valodia is victim of the war; he was killed in 1993 leaving four kids and a wife.
  • It is almost 17 years that Marianush Petrosyan  lost her husband. Her three daughters got married. She is living with her son and working in the school as a librarian.
  • Portrait of Valodia Petrosyan. He died in 1993 during the Karabakh War.
  • Children are playing table tennis at school. Table tennis was a gift from President Bako Sahakyan. When he came to the village for his campaign teachers asked him for chess and table tennis.
  • Portrait of Lusine Pilyan; her mother left when she was kid.
  • TV news is about Aliev (president of Azerbaijan) and Sargsyan (president of Armenia) meeting in Germany to discuss the Karabakh conflict. Vazgen (on the right) lost his father when he was 20 days old. His mother changed his name giving him father's name.
  • Hands of 32 years old Hamlet Pilyan. He is doing hard work in the village to earn and to raise his daughter.
  • Maral is cooking dinner. She is bee-keeper.
  • The new-built road to the regional center Hadrut. The new road is shorter and better than the old one  but it can be used only when the weather is dry.
  • Arshak Petrosyan, who lost his son.
  • The grave of Marietta's parents (on the left) and children (on the right).
  • Levon and Marietta Budaghyan lost their children Edvin and Edita during the Karabakh war of 1988-1994
  • Nina Pilyan (born 1932) and Miqayel Pilyan (born 1934) lost their son Vazgen Hovhannisyan  (born 1961) in 1993 during Karabakh war of 1988-1994.
  • Nura Mirzoyan (born 1941) and Suren Mirzoyan  (born 1933) lost their son Vram (born 1961) during the Karabakh war of 1988-1994.
  • Mikhail and Nora with the portrait of their son Vazgen.
  • Family portrait of the Petrosyans.
  • Portrait of 4 years old Artur Petrosyan with his rabbit.
  • Girl with her cat.
  • Emma Hayrapetyan with not grown cabbage, the spread leaves should have composed the head.
  • Narvik Gevorgyan's grave in the Khtsaberd cemetery. Narvik was living in Yerevan when the war started. He moved to the village with his wife and three children. The daughter was born in the village during the war. He was a commander.
  • In the classroom. The school was repaired last year. During the war the school was closed 2 years  and soldiers lived there.
  • In the classroom. School was repaired last year. During the war the school was closed 2 years and soldiers lived there.
  • Dog portrait.
  • The girl is taking dough balls to the tonir (a big jar dug in the earth in which fire is made, used for baking bread). There are only two tonirs in the village.
  • Adela in her old house. They are using some materials from the old house for building the new house, as transporting materials to Khtsaberd is very expensive.
  • The view of Khtsaberd from Mount Sahunasar.
  • Nura Pilyan standing in front of a destroyed wall in her house. When Nura lost her son Vazgen in the war it was not clear what the outcome will be. Therefore her son was buried in Yerevan. And until now she was only once at his grave. It is difficult to reach Yerevan.
  • Center of the village.