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Explore Study Options in Armenia

March 24, 2015 / 0 comments
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Are you interested in studying in Armenia? Or, it can be, you have a serial expat lifestyle with the next long-term business travel scheduled for Armenia? Hmm… In case you are worried about the options for education in Armenia, be informed that education has a long history and is one of the most important and…

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Road to Khor Virap

Royal Prison Turned Into Touristic Destination

March 20, 2015 / 0 comments
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Deep well which has 20 ft (6 meters) depth and a diameter of 14 ft (4.4 meters): place for prisoners to try to survive during their punishment. Nowadays, you can be the lucky visitor to such weird place that has became one of the most popular pilgrimage sites and visited destination for tourists to Armenia….

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Monastery of Tatev by Marko Ukkola

Eight Things You Should Know Before Visiting Tatev Monastery

March 18, 2015 / 0 comments
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Situated high on the edge of the cliff, over the Canyon of Vorotan River, in Syunik Province of Armenia: Monastery of Tatev. In case you are planning a trip to this sanctum of wisdom and faith, here are our eight recommendations about what you should know before starting the trip. 1. From Yerevan to Halidzor…

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Pomegranate by Sonia Baghdasaryan

Pomegranate – The Fruit of Armenia

March 16, 2015 / 0 comments
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Hm… one might question whether pomegranate is the fruit of Armenia and wonder if it is not the apricot that is the national symbol of Armenia. Well, the apricot does symbolize Armenia. On the other hand, the pomegranate has more prominent and expressive representations in Armenian art, mythology, literature, movies, fashion, and cuisine. In Armenian…

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Kecharis

Tsaghkadzor Beyond Skiing

March 13, 2015 / 0 comments
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The winter season is over. We are absolutely sure, you had great time in Tsaghkadzor ski resort up on the hill, enjoyed the iconic sight of Mount Ararat and the picturesque view of Tsaghkadzor town from the peak of Mount Teghenis. But travel is about change and we recommend you come back for the awe-inspiring…

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2014

Armenia 2014: calendar reds

March 3, 2015 / 0 comments
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Did you miss out anything memorable of Armenia 2014? Alas… One cannot turn back time to experience everything. The good news is you can just scroll down to learn about the most outstanding festivities, events and moments of Armenia 2014 right now. Here they are: Took Place: February 15 | The Feast of Saint Sargis /…

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Wine Festival Armenia

Armenian Wine: ample, healing and…

February 26, 2015 / 0 comments
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Do you know that Armenian people distinguish between various types of wines, such as wedding wine, merriment wine, baptism wine, etc…? Well, in Armenia wine is an inseparable companion of a happy table. As Armenians say, there is no feast full without the Armenian wine. Drinking of Armenian wine is accompanied with the ritual of…

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Food: Connecting People

February 25, 2015 / 0 comments
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Traditions of hosting people and making the table for them can say a lot about the people, their traditions and habits. You probably remember about one of the national Armenian dishes Khash. It is said that khash can only be cooked by men, who spend the entire night cooking, and can be eaten only in the early…

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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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