Mount Ararat from a different angle

10 Beyond Belief Views of the Biblical Mount Ararat

February 22, 2015 / 0 comments
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”…and the ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth day of the month, upon the mountains of Ararat.” The Old Testament, Genesis 8:4 Hmm… Should we consider that even Mount Everest was covered during the Noah’s Flood and Mount Ararat is higher than Mount Everest? Of course, No! Remember, the pre-Flood Earth is perished…

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The Four Flavours of Lake Sevan. When to go?

February 16, 2015 / 0 comments
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Go Now! Experience the seasonal variety of Lake Sevan and spice up your travel in Armenia. Tip: Lake Sevan is quite long. Taking a taxi is the best option in case you will decide to see the furthest sides as well. The princess of mountains- Lake Sevan, is at about fifty minutes drive to the…

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Picnic in a park of Yerevan

What to Do in Armenia in August?

July 29, 2014 / 4 comments
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July and August are the hottest months of the year in Armenia as well as in other countries of Southern Caucasus. This probably makes these months to be hardly bearable if you do not have a holiday trip to Maldives, etc. But who said that staying in Armenia in August you will be deprived of…

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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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Currency in Armenia

June 28, 2014 / 0 comments
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You are a traveler who comes to Armenia and wants to learn some useful information. OK! Let’s try to start with something that is quite important for you to know: the currency in Armenia! Armenia has a special currency which is called “dram”, not the musical instrument that is written with “u”, but “dram”, which relates…

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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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Armenian Stone Dragons

June 15, 2014 / 0 comments
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Probably the most famous tomb stone or monument in Armenia is the cross-stone. A rectangular piece of stone richly decorated from up to down and set in some interesting places such as near or inside a church, alongside with a tomb, or close to a place where one can find water. Of course you can…

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Top 5 Waterfalls of Armenia

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Mountainous Caucasus holds in itself countries which have truly magnetic nature and varied landscape. Situated in the heart of Caucasus, Armenia is far from the seaside by its both sides, but it never had lack of wonderful countrysides with lots of forests, lakes and rivers. Truly exiting are the places where a visitor can find not only…

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View of Mount Ara from Mount Aragats

Ara: The King Mount of Armenia

June 5, 2014 / 0 comments
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Mount Ara is situated in Kotayk Province of Armenia and is 2577 meters high. It’s a heavily eroded and mysterious volcanic crater, situated in between the rivers of Hrazdan and Kasakh. Mount Ara is situated very close to the villages laid in the area. It is famous for being one of the most visited mountains in the region. Many hikers like this place,…

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Armenian eternity sign

Arevakhach: Armenian Eternity Sign

June 1, 2014 / 0 comments
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What characterizes the Armenian monasteries, temples and churches, ancient tombs and cross-stones are the symbols that can be found on them. These symbols come from old times and change according to the epoch in which the church was built, or the tomb was set. Among these symbols there is one, which dates back to 5th century…

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The story of Trchkan waterfall

May 30, 2014 / 0 comments
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When one decides to visit a country, he starts searching for some tips that will help to orient in it. He may start reading about the history and culture of the country or simply becoming informed about how the weather will be during the holiday. A visitor, who comes to Armenia, will be a little…

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Canyon of Hunot or Jdrduz

Jdrduz or Canyon of Hunot

May 26, 2014 / 0 comments
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As some visitors say, “If somewhere on the Earth exists paradise, then it should be in Nagorno Karabakh”. People call it paradise because of its vegetation, green valleys and forested mountains. One of these heavenly spots is considered to be the upper part of Hunot canyon, which locals call Jdrduz. It is reached if you move to…

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