The monastery of Ayravank

The monastery of Ayravank The monastery of Ayravank, located in the northeastern part of the village of Ayravank in the Gegharkunik region, is an unparalleled testament to Armenian architectural mastery and a rich history dating back to ancient times. The oldest structure erected on this site was the Church of Saint Stephen, founded as early […]

Haghpat monastery

Haghpat monastery Haghpat monastery is located in the Marz (region) of Lori, 200 km to the north of the city of Yerevan and 20 km far from the city of Alaverdi. It is one of the largest spiritual and cultural centers of medieval Armenia. Haghpat monastery is included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage […]

The fortress of Amberd

The fortress of Amberd According to historians, the fortress of Amberd was built from the 7th to the 10th century AD. The castle itself and part of the fortress walls were constructed in the 7th century during the reign of the princely Kamsarakan family. Later, in the 10th century, the Amberd fortress belonged to one […]

Kobayr Monastery

Kobayr Monastery Kobayr Monastery is an ancient Armenian monastery complex located in the historical region of Kobair, in southeastern Armenia. The monastery was founded in the 7th century, and its construction continued over many centuries. The main church of the monastery is the Surb Astvatsatsin (Holy Cross) Church, which was built in the 7th century. […]

Monastery Akhtala

Akhtala Akhtala is a small town, which is located in the Marz (region) of Lori, 191 km far from the city of Yerevan. The city is located 30 km far from the borders between Armenia and Georgia. The interstate road Yerevan-Tbilisi and the railway Yerevan-Tbilisi pass through the territory of Akhtala. The oldest factory of […]

Mount Ararat

Mount Ararat Mount Ararat is the highest peak in the Armenian Highlands (5,165 meters). It consists of two conical summits – Greater Ararat (3,925 meters) and Lesser Ararat (5,165 meters). The mountain is located on the right bank of the Aras River, 32 kilometers from the Republic of Armenia. In terms of relative height, Mount […]

Ankavan Thermal Baths

Ankavan Thermal Baths Ankavan is a picturesque village in the Kotayk region, located at an altitude of 1900 meters above sea level in the valley of the Marmarik River. This place is known for its thermal springs, which have a unique composition and healing properties. The thermal springs of Ankavan erupt from wells several hundred […]

Goshavank Monastery

Goshavank Monastery Goshavank Monastery is another masterpiece of ancient Armenian architecture. Situated in the dense oak forests of the picturesque Dilijan region, in the village of Gosh, Goshavank was once one of the main medieval universities with a book depository. Armenian, Greek, Latin, and some other foreign languages, as well as music, were studied here. […]

Volcano Aragats

volcano Aragats The extinct volcano Aragats is the highest mountain in modern Armenia and Transcaucasia. It stands as a majestic natural monument with four peaks and a lake in the center. In ancient times, eruptions accompanied by explosions destroyed the mountain’s peak. Now, around the crater of irregular shape, rise formations resembling the petals of […]

Jermuk Waterfall

Jermuk Waterfall Jermuk Waterfall is one of the most beautiful and astounding natural wonders of Armenia. It is located in a picturesque gorge at an altitude of around 2000 meters above sea level and stands as one of the largest waterfalls in the country. Formed as a result of glacier melting on the mountain slope […]

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