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Do you know about the “little Switzerland of Armenia”?
If you are looking for a cozy place to spend the weekend, check out Dilijan. In the Soviet times it mainly used to be a spa town but with so many new entertainment places, hiking spots and restaurants in the city, it is now one of the most popular destinations in Armenia. Here’s everything you need to know to have the best trip to the little Switzerland of Armenia.
Garni Temple: the Heritage of Greco-Roman Culture in Armenia
It is already no secret that Armenia is a land of ancient history that goes back to the very beginning of civilization. Garni, one of the oldest cultural heritage sightseeings in the country, is an outstanding temple that will impress you from so many aspects. Learn about the temple’s history, the fortress, the ancient baths around it, and why it is so iconic anyway?
Road Trip to Yeghegnadzor, Armenia
You have decided to take a road trip and explore the different sights of Armenia. Only about 1.5-2 hour drive from Yerevan, Yeghegnadzor has so much to offer! So what should you see before you get to city, once you are there, what are the best places to eat and drink, as well as stay a night or two in Yeghegnadzor?
The 8th of March - International Women's Day in Armenia
As spring arrives in Armenia, the first major holiday is around the corner. Armenia is one of the many countries that celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th. Marked as a public holiday, this is a non-working day in the country.
Why pomegranate symbol is so famous in Armenia?
If you ask Armenians what are some of the country’s famous symbols, pomegranate will definitely be on the list. It has been involved in Armenia’s history line for so many aspects: mythology, art, food, drinks and so much more. So, what is it that makes pomegranate so special for Armenia?