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Armenia's Got Talents!

You cannot learn this, it has to be graced by God.  They come naturally, in their warm and bright colors, with lively and clear eyes.Look for them everywhere; in the schools, at kindergardens, in the streets, in the homes, in Yerevan, in the vil...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Aug 19, 2015

Festivals in Armenia

Every year a number of festivals take place in Armenia during which the visitors have the opportunity to get to know about the Armenian culture, customs and traditions, rituals, delicious cuisine, traditional clothing, etc.One of the best known festi...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on May 27, 2015

Cascade: the Open-Air Museum

Photos © Cafesjian Center for the Arts The so-called Cascade complex, located in the center of Yerevan is the favorite place for many Yerevanians, especially the youth. The complex has passed a long and difficult road until it reached us with...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Feb 20, 2013

Cascade: the Open-Air Museum

Photos © Cafesjian Center for the Arts The so-called Cascade complex, located in the center of Yerevan is the favorite place for many Yerevanians, especially the youth. The complex has passed a long and difficult road until it reached us with...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Oct 10, 2012

Karchevan Village: the Marvel of Nature

Armenia is indeed a mixture of different “cultures” in the sense that each region, each town and village has its unique culture, its own customs and traditions. Karchevan (one of the smallest villages in marz Syunik) is not an exception. Despite...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Sep 12, 2012

Karchevan Village: the Marvel of Nature

Armenia is indeed a mixture of different “cultures” in the sense that each region, each town and village has its unique culture, its own customs and traditions. Karchevan (one of the smallest villages in marz Syunik) is not an exception. Despite...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Sep 12, 2012

Astvatsynkal Monastery

If you happen to visit marz Aragatsotn, do not miss the chance to visit the “treasure” of the region. Between the villages of Yernjatap and Hartavan, on the right bank of river Kasagh you will find the small, modest monastery. The Monastic Com...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Aug 30, 2012

Astvatsynkal Monastery

If you happen to visit marz Aragatsotn, do not miss the chance to visit the “treasure” of the region. Between the villages of Yernjatap and Hartavan, on the right bank of river Kasagh you will find the small, modest monastery. The Monastic Com...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Aug 30, 2012

Yerevan: the Heart of Armenia

View of Yerevan During the previous months we have managed to talk about different regions, towns and villages in Armenia. However, we never had the chance to talk about the biggest city and the capital of Armenia – Yerevan. Yerevan is the cent...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Aug 29, 2012

Yerevan: the Heart of Armenia

View of Yerevan During the previous months we have managed to talk about different regions, towns and villages in Armenia. However, we never had the chance to talk about the biggest city and the capital of Armenia – Yerevan. Yerevan is the cent...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Aug 29, 2012

Saghmosavank: A place of everlasting impression

We are really proud of the architectural heritage of Armenian churches and monasteries throughout all of the Armenian highlands. One of the most astonishing pieces of architecture is Saghmosavank, located in the Aragatsotn region. The main church...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Aug 17, 2012

Saghmosavank: A place of everlasting impression

We are really proud of the architectural heritage of Armenian churches and monasteries throughout all of the Armenian highlands. One of the most astonishing pieces of architecture is Saghmosavank, located in the Aragatsotn region. The main church...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Aug 17, 2012

Glance of Armenia from the Sky

Photos by Hetq Online  Mount Ararat Marz Lori Haghpat Monastery (10th century), Marz Lori Sanahin Monastery (10th century), Marz Lori Odzun Church (5th century), Marz Lori Marz Lori Marz Lori Ma...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Jul 23, 2012

Glance of Armenia from the Sky

Photos by Hetq Online  Mount Ararat Marz Lori Haghpat Monastery (10th century), Marz Lori Sanahin Monastery (10th century), Marz Lori Odzun Church (5th century), Marz Lori Marz Lori Marz Lori Ma...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Jul 23, 2012

Armenian National Dance Ver-veri: Jump Up High

Photo © Narek Harutyunyan National Armenian dances are something that every Armenian should be proud of. They are all full of tranquility, peace, joy, love and tender. Ver-veri (Վեր-վերի) or Ver-Veruk (Վեր-վերուկ) is one of the...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Jul 14, 2012

Armenian National Dance Ver-veri: Jump Up High

Photo © Narek Harutyunyan National Armenian dances are something that every Armenian should be proud of. They are all full of tranquility, peace, joy, love and tender. Ver-veri (Վեր-վերի) or Ver-Veruk (Վեր-վերուկ) is one of the...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Jul 14, 2012

Vahanavank: the Undiscovered Treasure

Many people know Armenia by its highly popular tourist destinations – Sevan, Garni, Tatev, Noravank, Dilijan and some others. Even we – native Armenians, know so little about the hidden treasures of our country. The thing is that those undiscover...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Jul 12, 2012


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