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Country Armenia

Discover Armenia

Noravank

Noravank

Khor Virap

Tatev

Tibetan Bridge

Tibetan Bridge

Echmiatsin

Echmiadzin

Zvartnots

Garni

Garni

Geghard

Tsaghkadzor
Ropeway

Sevanavank

Haghartsin

Goshavank

Goshavank

Noratus

Noratus

Lake Sevan

Lake Sevan

Wings of Tatev

Sanahin

Haghpat

Amberd Fortress

Amberd Fortress

Armenian
Alphabet
Monument

Saghmosavank

Saghmosavank

Zorats Karer

Zorats Karer
Discover Armenia

Noravank

Noravank

Khor Virap

Tatev

Tibetan Bridge

Tibetan Bridge

Echmiatsin

Echmiadzin

Zvartnots

Garni

Garni

Geghard

Tsaghkadzor
Ropeway

Sevanavank

Haghartsin

Goshavank

Goshavank

Noratus

Noratus

Lake Sevan

Lake Sevan

Wings of Tatev

Sanahin

Haghpat

Amberd Fortress

Amberd Fortress

Armenian
Alphabet
Monument

Saghmosavank

Saghmosavank

Zorats Karer

Zorats Karer

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Adventure Across The Beautiful Places

Armenia, located in Asia Minor and Transcaucasia, is not the only the one of the most ancient countries in the Middle East but in the world as well. Armenia, whose secrets have not been wholly unearthed, can be called enigmatic, mysterious and holy.

According to the Bible, the Garden of Eden was found in the central part of the Armenian Highlands in the Euphrates and Tigris River Valleys and the Tchorokh and the Araks Rivers. The Old Civilizations of the Sumerians, Akkadians, Assyrians and Persians have mentioned Armenia and Armenians in their writings. It is recorded in the Old Testament and in other sources that Noah’s Ark had landed on the slopes of Mount Ararat in Armenia after the Biblical Flood. It is also mentioned that Noah after disembarking had planted a vine and made wine afterwards.
It’s not surprising that archeological excavations found the most ancient wine-making manufacturing near the village of Areni (Armenia) which is more than 6000 years old. Other archeological excavations have exhibited various skills and crafts of the inhabitants of the Armenian Highlands. It is now known that in the IV-V millenniums B.C. they were able to smelt copper, while in the second millennium B.C. they were able to smelt iron. The various ancient monuments and ethnic cultural traditions will ignite an interest in the archeologically, ethnographically and culturally inclined persons visiting Armenia.

Country Armenia

The Art of The Possible.

Stunning landscapes, historical monuments, unique culture and cuisine.

Stunning landscapes
Historical monuments
Unique culture
Unique cuisine

The Beautiful Nature of Armenia.

Let the natural beauty of Armenia inspire you.

Yerevan

Capital of Armenia

Yerevan is one of the oldest cities in the world and its history goes back to 782 BC, when the Urartian fortress of Erebuni was built by the Argishti I king’s commandment.

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