Blog Posts - Armenia



EUROVISION 2014

Certains d’entre nous ont pu assister Samedi 11 Mai  2014 à la retransmission TV du concours de l’eurovision.   Pour nous, à Radio Satellite ( et apparemment  la plupart de nos auditeurs aussi ) : Nous sommes sur la même longueur d&...
by RADIOSATELLITE on May 11, 2014

Armenia still has a lot to do to improve its tax legislation for entrepreneurs, head of World Bank Yerevan office

Armenia still has a lot to do to improve its tax legislation for entrepreneurs, head of World Bank Yerevan Office, Jean-Michel Happi, said today at a public presentation of the results of the Taxpayers’ Perception Survey 2013 that was conducted by...
by TaxWorldWeb on May 7, 2014

5 Most Horrific Places To Go Backpacking In

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel Don’t paint yourself a picture of travelling as beaches, hot sun and cocktails please. That’s not backpacking, and in all honesty it’s not reflective of travel as a whole and i...
by Don't Stop Living on May 6, 2014

Odzun 7th C. Armenian Basilica, Odzun village, Lori Province, Armenia

Odzun 7th C. Armenian Basilica, Odzun village, Lori Province, Armenia Image by james_gordon_losangeles Odzun Church is an Armenian basilica constructed around the 5th-7th century in the Odzun village of the Lori Province of Armenia. History The first...
by Church Report – Online on May 5, 2014

Armenia calls Erdogan's "condolences" a political ploy

If there's anyone in the political world who isn't fooled by Erdogan's alleged condolence for victims of Turkey's genocide during WW1, it's Armenia: Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan brushed off Ankara's condolences, accusing Turkey of "utter d...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Apr 30, 2014

Nobody should be fooled by Erdogan's ambiguous condolences to Armenian families

The Turkish dictator supposedly condemns the genocide committed by the Ottoman Muslims during WW1, but remains very unclear in a statement he released: Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan offered what the government said were unprecedented c...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Apr 23, 2014

Armenia: Cultura y Naturaleza

INTRODUCCIÓN A LA ZONA Viaje de Senderismo y cultural Debido a su situación entre Europa y Asia ofrece una riqueza cultural asombrosa. En sus tierras encontramos antiguas iglesias y monasterios […]...
by ZonaTrekking on Apr 5, 2014

Turkey's new jihad against Armenians

Raymond Ibrahim says the jihadis in Turkey have launched new murderous assaults on Armenians in Syria: Far from being repentant of the Armenian Genocide, Turkey, under the leadership of Prime Minister Erdogan, is again targeting Armenians; is again...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Mar 29, 2014

Yerevan – a photo essay

It’s been quite a while since we’ve had a segment in our Magic of Cities series. Well, wait no more. Enjoy these Yerevan photos. I utterly enjoyed this curious city in the Caucasus and it quickly climbed up the list of my favourite cities...
by Sophie's World on Mar 26, 2014

Spring - wonderful season to visit Armenia

Spring denotes a new beginning of something special. New emotions, feelings, new experiences, impressions, new opportunities: all at once. Every day is a new chance to find out something unique that you had never seen or felt before. It’s...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Mar 25, 2014

L'ottimo sito di geografia Atlas Obscura pubblica un articolo sulle città fantasma. A parte le più note come Pripyat (abbandonata causa Chernobyl) e Namie (causa Fukushima), o le tante spopolate dalle guerre (Varosha a Cipro o Bor in Sudan), ecco u...
by Miss Welby on Mar 21, 2014

Edge Of The Abyss

Every year we are drawn back. Every year we are convinced that it will all be over; that one of nature’s little gems will have toppled over the edge; gone, swallowed by a land-slip. And yet, every year so far, it has clung on – if it had...
by Archers of Okcular on Mar 13, 2014

VIDEO Russia 2 - 0 Armenia (Friendly) Highlights

Photo source: GettyimagesPlayed: 5 March 2014, 10:00am ESTStadium: Stadion Petrovskij, Sankt-Peterburg (St. Petersburg)...
by SoccerHighlightsToday on Mar 5, 2014

Russia vs Armenia 2-0 Highlights 2014 Friendly

Russia registered a win over Armenia in the match of International Friendly. Russia vs Armenia match ended with 2-0 scoreline in International Friendly 2014. Russia vs Armenia 2-0 Highlights Video Clips International Friendly 2014 Match Stat...
by Goals Aim on Mar 5, 2014

Backpacking in Yerevan, Armenia: Top 5 Things to See and Do

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travelThese top 5 posts I do on cities are always my personal top 5, there are not meant to be “THE 5″ things to do by the way, there is no right or wrong way to travel and no real …...
by Don't Stop Living on Mar 1, 2014

2013: A photo journey

Dear reader, I’m allowing myself one more indulgent post at the end of the year – last one this year, I promise Hoping to inspire a touch of wanderlust, here’s a little photo journey of 2013. January: Britain, South Africa, Denmark   2...
by Sophie's World on Dec 31, 2013

Mulberrious

My childhood tastes like mulberries, I realize this holding the empty plate of mulberries on my hand in our apartment in Tigard, Oregon. I remember the mulberry tree we had back in Armenia and think that the roots of that mulberry tree are now here w...
by Feelingsful on Dec 20, 2013

Book Review: The Gendarme by Mark T. Mustian

It is refreshing to read a story from the aggressor’s point of view, usually we get a sore look from the victim’s eyes. This aggressor, however, is justifying his acts, however horrendous. In war and under pressure, as well as mob mentality, regu...

Visiting Haghpat Monastery in Northern Armenia

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travelArmenia has monasteries coming out of its ears so the country isn’t short of them by any stretch. However we had about 10 days in Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh so had to pick and choose whic...
by Don't Stop Living on Dec 7, 2013

Tbilisi to Yerevan

Today’s post is about bread and circuses – or, at least, bread and religion – which perhaps isn’t that different. While I pondered whether to travel from Tbilisi to Yerevan via train or marshrutka (minibusses with threadbare t...
by Sophie's World on Dec 2, 2013


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