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The top 30 attractions in Armenia

Of Cultural Interest in Kotayk
Geghard Monastery
The same day that you visit Garni you can visit the Geghard temple, in fact, one of the options is to walk there (which takes abou
Historical Monuments in Yerevan
Waterfall
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The Waterfall is a Soviet style monument with a native touch. Construction began in 1970 and is still underway. In 1997, after the
Lakes in Sevan
Lake Sevan and the Hayravank Monastery
Lake Sevan is the largest lake in Armenia. It is located 1930 meters above sea level making it one of the largest high-altitude la
Of Cultural Interest in Sevan
Hayravank Monastery
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Hayravank Monastery stands proudly on Lake Sevan, has a ninth-century church (quite modern considering that Armenia is the first C
Canyons in Yegheknadzor
Noravank Monastery
The best kept secret of all Armenia is located in a hidden canyon: the Noravank Monastery. "Noravank" in Armenian means "new monas
Temples in Garni
Garni Temple
The temple of Garni is located 26 km from Yerevan in Armenia, which was the first Christian country in the world. In fact, the Arm
Cathedrals in Yerevan
Grigor Lusavorich National Cathedral
The Grigor Lusavorich National Cathedral is one of the most controversial churches in Armenia. This huge cathedral was built in 20
Rivers in Yerevan
Hrazdan River
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What to do on a Sunday in Yerevan? You can enjoy a few kilikias or some khorovats next to the Hrazdan River, which passes through
Historical Monuments in Yerevan
Armenian Genocide Museum
This is the view that I got this year, a 24th of April 2014, 99 years after the Armenian Genocide from the Genocide Monument durin
Cities in Spitak
Spitak
On December 7, 1988 an earthquake hit this industrial city called Spitak. The earthquake killed half the population, especially ch
Train Stations in Yerevan
The Underground in Yerevan
I don't understand anything about the simple metro system of the Armenian capital. Endless stairs separate it from the snow, while
Of Cultural Interest in Yerevan
Yerevan from the Sky
Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, presents itself as a rough city, full of cement in the eyes of the traveller seeking architectura
Bus Stations in Yerevan
The King of the Road: Lada (and Other Soviet Transports) in Armenia
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Lada is the oldest car brand of the former Soviet Union, which was launched in 1966, belonging to the Russian automaker AvtoVAZ.
Of Cultural Interest in Yerevan
The King of the Road 2: When Lada Fell
You find Armenian kindness in the most unexpected places. For example, in the van/bus that goes all around the capital, people giv
Squares in Yerevan
The Place de la Republique
Known among the Armenians as Hanrapetutyan Hraparak (one day I will speak of Mashtots and ease that I had to learn the language th
Historical Monuments in Tumanyan
Monasteries of Haghpat and Sanahin
These two Byzantine monasteries are in Tumania region and were, in their time, major schools. Both complexes represent the floweri
Flea Markets in Yerevan
Vernissage Market
In the market Vernissage you'll find everything you need to decorate your house in a Soviet style: Alarm clocks, lamps, furniture,
Historical Monuments in Artik
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