Memorial

Musaler: the village with it’s own victory

July 14, 2014 / 0 comments
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Musaler is situated not far from the capital city of Yerevan. It is only 20 minutes ride from there to the city-center. If you pass through this village you will not probably even notice the memorial standing on the nearby hill and will never think that this very place holds in itself a strong and…

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Sevanavank

The Holy Couple of Sevan

June 16, 2014 / 0 comments
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Every tourist who has looked through a guide-book about Armenia, noticed the only “sea” of the country: Sevan Lake. Generally Sevan is associated with holidays, sunny beaches and relaxing people. But it is also a place for pilgrimage for Christian people. They visit Monastic complex of Sevanavank situated close to the Lake. The monastic complex was initially situated on a small…

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Mount Kazbegi

Day Tour in Georgian Mountains

January 21, 2014 / 0 comments
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For winter holidays in Caucasus and especially in Georgia, guests may find interesting visiting mountainous regions, such as  Kazbegi. If you are mainly based in Tbilisi for your vacation but would like to go to the mountains, below are our recommendations: Photo by Ilona Margalitadze To go to the mountains, we recommend you leave Tbilisi…

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Sardarapat ethnographic museum

One day tour to the west from Yerevan

December 16, 2013 / 0 comments
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What can tourists do in Armenia, if they are mainly based in Yerevan and would like to see nearby areas as well? Here are some suggestions on which route you can choose to travel outside of Yerevan and return for a sleep at your place in the Armenian capital. Going west from the capital you…

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Sighnaghi

Sighnaghi: Capital of Love

December 14, 2013 / 0 comments
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Sighnaghi, known in Georgia and beyond its borders as city of love is a wonderful touristic destination. This small cosy city lies on 113 km east to Tbilisi. During recent years Sighnaghi was fundamentally reconstructed and has become an important center of Georgia’s tourist industry. This small city is famous for the production of Georgian wine…

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Hovhanavank in Ashtarak

Armenian churches, monasteries and legends in one day tour

December 4, 2013 / 0 comments
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How did you like our tour suggestions for one-day tour? If in that one we were going to the west, today we take you for one day trip to the north-west from capital. On our way we will discover legends from medieval time period and offer you places with unique spiritual atmosphere. So, if you…

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Green Yerevan

November 17, 2013 / 0 comments
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Having all the urbanized, well-constructed area around us nowadays, we are striving to find green spots to enjoy nature, trees and birds that will help us to relax. While spending your holidays in small and cozy Yerevan city you will be pleased to find parks to relax and enjoy minutes of rest. Here we are…

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Museum of Ethnography Georgia

Time Travel at Museum of Georgian Ethnography

November 11, 2013 / 0 comments
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Have you been to a museum which occupies 50 hectares? If yes, please share info in the comments, if not, then read our post and see you soon in Tbilisi! Have you ever wondered how people lived a century ago, what tools and houseware they used/invented/ in their daily life? If you are in Tbilisi, the…

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A Day Walk in Tbilisi

November 6, 2013 / 0 comments
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Today we suggest you to save on guides and follow our walking route instead. If you are visiting Tbilisi for a very short time, we are here to guide you through the main touristic places in the city, so you can plan your route and time and enjoy a wonderful day. Below is a map…

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