Blog Posts - Yerevan



To Gyumri by Train... (Part 1)

"100 Years of Armenian Railroads" For those who have a bit of extra time, an aversion to crowded marshutkas, or enjoy the romance of ancient cities and rail travel, a day-long or overnight excursion to Gyumri by train is a fabulous way to see Armen...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Mar 19, 2012

PEOPLE, TOURISM AND CULTURE - ARMENIA AT ITS BEST!

Laurent Nadeau, my husband and I Louise Aznavour began our love affair with Armenia about 10 years ago. I was invited to give a series of workshops at the American University of Armenia (AUA). The caliber of the students was remarkable. Enjoyable exp...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Mar 7, 2012

A Day in Armenia's Wine Country

A view of the Arpa River from the bridge in Areni About an hour and a half south of Yerevan on the main road is the village of Areni.  You will know that you are approaching the village when the roadside stalls, usually reserved for fresh fru...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Feb 28, 2012

“MagicLaze” Dermatosurgery & Cosmetology Laser Clinic (Armenia, Yerevan).

by Hair Removal Products on Feb 15, 2012

Crafts People in Vernissage

The outdoor market is located right next to the Republic Square, active only on the weekends, colorful, crowded, live.  Vernissage attracts almost every visitor of Yerevan. This is where you see the talented people, displaying their amazing ha...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Mar 16, 2011

Vatel School of Tourism Management in Yerevan !

Vatel students obtain national university degree, which is recognized worldwide.  This is significant and noteworthy accomplishment for Armenia.  Institute Vatel is the best institute in France and the second in Europe. The School of Hotel...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Mar 14, 2011

Stefani's Armenia: Yerevan!

KSEE's Stefani Booroojian was in Armenia first time. Sweet, warm, excited... Her voice sounded deep, wheezy.  She and her companions photographer George Garnica and producer Paul Chaderjian had finished their journey in Armenia. She was in Arar...
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Feb 21, 2011

How Scribes Kept Armenian Literary Heritage

The repository of manuscripts (called Matenadaran) records the writings of the fifth century A.D.  It holds the spirit and devotion of thousands of Armenians, scrupulously and admiringly creating hand-written, hand-crafted books for generations.
by Armenia Tourism Blog on Dec 7, 2010


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