YEREVAN, June 1 (Xinhua) -- Hundreds of Armenian children marked International Children's Day on Thursday by drawing on the pavement of the Liberty Square here, which has become a tradition for the country.
The kids filled the landmark square in downtown Yerevan, drawing pictures depicting their dreams and ideas with chalk on the ground for everyone to see.
International Children's Day has become an important occasion in the South Caucasus country, with festivities and celebrations being held across many cities every year.
Following the drawing activity, the square will also stage a concert and other entertainment activities in the evening.
International Children's Day was established as a global holiday in Geneva, Switzerland in 1925 as the international community gathered for safeguarding children's well-being and freedom.