The project of construction of the future Museum of Armenian-American Glendale -town located in the suburbs of Los Angeles (California) and that has a very high population arménienne- proposed to change the initial location of the museum. According to Glendale News Press, the Committee of the project Armenian-American Museum now offers the construction of the museum in the Central Park of Glendale. The Committee has been working for over a year with the Organizing Committee for the centennial of the Armenian Genocide. Initially the construction project on an area of 5 hectares was to be held near the intersection of Verdugo Road and Mountain Street in Glendale. The mayor of Armenian origin Ara Nadjarian said for his part that “the idea of the Armenian-American Museum is great. We all seek a suitable place for this museum. “ He also said that the will of the City Council is not to divide communities and that such a project would contribute to strengthening them. Note that almost 40% of the 200 000 inhabitants of Fresno are Armenians.