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Mush Bakery
5224 W.Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles CA 90027

Phone: (323) 662-2010
Email: mushbakery@gmail.com

 

We are a family business existing over 10 years.Our products are baked fresh on the premises using the finest natural products. We are serving in Los Angeles comunity with our famous delicious Beoreks' and Lahmajune.

 

sitting area
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This space is used for an indoor a sitting area. I want it to feel like part of the house.

sitting area
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This space is used for an indoor a sitting area. I want it to feel like part of the house.

 

beking station
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What’s a Lahmajun? Well, its often described as the Armenian or Middle-Eastern analogue to the Pizza. However, a Lahmajun has a very thin crust, and is topped with a meat sauce topping, usually lamb or beef-based, that is cooked with tomato and Middle Eastern spices. And man do they make great snacks at about midnight.

Msho Sultan
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St Karapet (John the Baptist) Monastery in Mush, also known as Msho (Sultan) Surb Karapet Monastery, Glakavank, Innaknean Monastery, was situated in Greater Armenia’s canton of Taron of the Turuberan province, near the town of Mush. It was founded in the 4th century by Gregory the Illuminator, on the site of the pagan temple dedicated to the idols of Gissaneh and Demetreh

Mush
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Mush, in eastern Anatolia, is a naturally beautiful place in a rare setting. Set amidst high mountains on all sides, lakes and lush green plains, Mus is a place you must visit to view nature up close. It stands on the tectonic faults of Anatolia and has a typical continental climate.

Getting to Mush is fairly easy as it is well connected by rail, road and air. The bus station is only 2 kilometers from the city center while the railhead is 3 kilometers. From the bus station or the railway station, shared taxis take you to the city.

The Mush Airport is located 16 kilometers from the city. From there the Mus Valley Service vehicles ferry passengers to the city. Hidden between mountains, Mus is the second largest plain in eastern Anatolia.

Saint Karapet
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The Saint Karapet Monastery, or Surb Hovhannes Karapet Vank, meaning Monastery of Saint John the Baptist; also known as Glakavank or Monastery of Glak, and was an Armenian monastic complex in the Taron Province of Greater Armenia, about 35 kilometers northwest of Mush, now in the Kurdish village of Chengeli in eastern Turkey. Founded in the fourth century by Saint Gregory the Illuminator, it was one of the oldest monasteries in Armenia. The monastery was a stronghold of the Mamikonians the princely house of Taron who were the holy warriors of Saint Yovhannes Karapet John the Baptist, their patron saint.