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In Armenia, adventurous souls and travelers searching for authenticity will be entirely charmed by the idyllic setting of this country.
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 is home to a rich, rare, precious biodiversity, including many mammals and endemic birds. The park is of tectonic origin on volcanic land, these fresh waters allow animals to flourish fully, and it is also possible to make water outings, hikes, and thrilling activities there. Mount Aragats and Khor Virap Monastery in Armenia are popular places for tourists. It is the country's highest point and serves as several Armenian legends. Tourists can also climb Mount Aragats to admire the splendor of the landscapes. In the Debed and Alaverdi Canyon, a unique landscape awaits visitors. There are also some villages between mountains and forests. In addition, there are the monasteries of Haghpat and Sanahin, classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. In the northeast of Armenia is the Dilijan National Park, known for its fauna, flora, and mineral springs. The most beautiful monasteries in the country, such as Haghartsin, Goshavank, and Matosavank, hide here. The park's hiking trails pierce through lakes, forests, green pastures, and mountains. Lake Kari is a crater nestled in the middle of the mountains at more than 3,000 meters above sea level, and what makes it so incredible is its deep blue color.rnThen, Lake Arpi National Park is a mountainous terrain that once again delights hikers and those who want to have a good picnic in the surroundings. In Armenia, the Geghard Monastery is exceptional. It is built partly on the rock and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tatev Monastery is another historical monument not to be missed. There are also the gorges and the Devil's Bridge, a set of natural hot water tanks in the vicinity. For a moment of sharing with the locals, you have to go to the Yeghegis valley, which is beautiful and allows you to go to the village of Artabuynk to taste some Armenian specialties with the villagers. Also, take advantage of the Trndez in February, a feast of purification done in the Armenian churches where a bonfire is made. Party lovers will also like the Vardavar Water, another festival celebrated in July in Yerevan, where the locals drench one another with water.
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