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Armenia


The capital Yerevan is one of the first places to visit, and it is ideal for spending some time in Republic Square and discovering the Tsitsernakaberd and the waterfalls monument. There is also a massive museum of 4 levels to admire contemporary art exhibitions. A little further from that is found Sevan National Park. It

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Things to do and see - Armenia

Explore a vibrant capital where ancient history and modernity meet
Republic Square
 
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Have stunning views of Mount Ararat and explore an important religious site
Khor Virap
 
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Enter a medieval monastery, partially carved out of the adjacent mountain
Geghard Monastery
 
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Take a trip to a monastery nestled among striking red cliffs
Noravank Monastery
 
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Go to a breathtaking location to see stunning medieval architecture
Tatev Monastery
 
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Climb giant stairway made of limestone, an impressive architectural marvel
Cascade Complex
 
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Adventure to a 10th-century fortress on the slopes of a mountain
Amberd
 
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Explore a vibrant open-air market offering a diverse array of local crafts
Vernissage
 
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Trek through the stunning landscapes of lush forests and picturesque valleys
Dilijan National Park
 
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Witnsee the only standing Greco-Roman colonnaded building in Armenia
Garni Temple
 
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Enjoy the scenic beauty of the "Pearl of Armenia"
Lake Sevan
 
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Experience the rich cultural heritage at a repository of ancient Armenian manuscripts
Matenadaran
 
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Marvel at exquisite medieval Armenian architecture and rich cultural heritage
Sanahin Monastery Complex
 
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FAQ - Armenia

Is it true that Armenia is home to the world's oldest winery?
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Events - Armenia

May
Republic Day
Republic Day in Armenia is a momentous national celebration that commemorates the establishment of the Republic of Armenia on May 28th, 1918. The day is marked with official ceremonies, flag hoisting, and various cultural events, showcasing the rich heritage and traditions of the country. It serves as an occasion for Armenians to honor their history, independence, and the values of democracy and unity. Republic Day is a significant reminder of the country's journey towards nationhood and a time for citizens to come together to celebrate their national identity and pride.
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September
Independence Day
The Independence Day of Armenia is celebrated on September 21st each year, commemorating the country's declaration of independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. It is a national holiday filled with patriotic events, including parades, concerts, and fireworks, where Armenians come together to honor their history, culture, and the sovereignty of their nation.
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