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title: Khachkars of Karmravor Armenia

Khachkars of Karmravor Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different opinion precisely in which respects. Armenian architecture, as it originates in ...

title: Cows on ground Armenia

Cows on ground Armenia

Armenia has a very rich nature. In this small land are growing more then 3200 varieties of vegetation of which 120 grow only in the territory of Armenia. Even many varieties have armenian names. The animal world is also very diverse. There are about 12 000 types. Many of them are also unique for the Armenian natural world. Armenian nature played a major role in the ...

title: Ararat from evening Yerevan Armenia

Ararat from evening Yerevan Armenia

Ararat is a city in Armenia in the province of Ararat, about 42 km south-east of Yerevan. The Ararat Cement Factory has been opened in 1927 along with small apartments to accommodate the workers. In 1935, it was incorporated with the village of Davalu. In 1939 the town of Ararat was officially established. Today in the city of has two major factories: the cement factory and the Ararat Gold Recovery Company. The ...

title: Church of Amberd Armenia

Church of Amberd Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor)[1] and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which ...

title: Varagavank Armenia

Varagavank Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which ...

title: Wind of mountains Armenia

Wind of mountains Armenia

Armenia has a very rich nature. In this small land are growing more then 3200 varieties of vegetation of which 120 grow only in the territory of Armenia. Even many varieties have armenian names. The animal world is also very diverse. There are about 12 000 types. Many of them are also unique for the Armenian ...

title: Climbed down from Aragats Armenia

Climbed down from Aragats Armenia

Armenia has a very rich nature. In this small land are growing more then 3200 varieties of vegetation of which 120 grow only in the territory of Armenia. Even many varieties have armenian names. The animal world is also very diverse. There are about 12 000 types. Many of them are also unique for the Armenian natural world. Armenian nature played a major role in the history of Armenian people. In the same way as ...

title: Special Stones of Hayrivank Armenia

Special Stones of Hayrivank Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, ...

title: Church ruins Armenia

Church ruins Armenia

Armenia , officially the Republic of Armenia , is a landlocked, mountainous country in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia. Located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, it is bordered by Turkey to the west, Georgia to the north, the de facto independent Nagorno-Karabakh Republic and Azerbaijan to the east, and Iran and the Azerbaijani exclave of Nakhchivan ...

title: Winter evening in mountains Armenia

Winter evening in mountains Armenia

Armenia has a very rich nature. In this small land are growing more then 3200 varieties of vegetation of which 120 grow only in the territory of Armenia. Even many varieties have armenian names. The animal world is also very diverse. There are about 12 000 types. Many of them are also unique for the Armenian natural world. Armenian nature played a major role in the history of Armenian people. In the ...

title: Odzun landscape Armenia

Odzun landscape Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different opinion precisely in ...

title: Hands of Yerevan Armenia

Hands of Yerevan Armenia

Yerevan is the capital and largest city of Armenia and one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. Situated along the Hrazdan River, Yerevan is the administrative, cultural, and industrial center of the country. It has been the capital since 1918, the thirteenth in the history of Armenia. The history of Yerevan dates back to the 8th century BC, with the founding of the fortress of Erebuni in 782 BC by ...

title: Khachqar Kecharis Armenia

Khachqar Kecharis Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though ...

title: Stairs Armenia

Stairs Armenia

Armenia lies in the highlands surrounding the Biblical mountains of Ararat, upon which Noah's Ark is said to have come to rest after the flood. (Bible, Gen. 8:4). There is evidence of an early civilization in Armenia in the Bronze Age and earlier, dating to about 4000 BC. Archaeological surveys in 2010 and 2011 at the Areni-1 cave complex have resulted in the discovery of the world's earliest known leather shoe, skirt, and wine-producing facility. Several bronze-era states ...

title: Shoghakat indoor Armenia

Shoghakat indoor Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval ...

title: Akhtaka church Armenia

Akhtaka church Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor)[1] and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church ...

title: Marmashen Armenia

Marmashen Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different opinion precisely in which respects. Armenian architecture, as it originates ...

title: Geghard indoor Arch Armenia

Geghard indoor Arch Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor)[1] and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church ...

title: Dolan Armenia

Dolan Armenia

Yerevan is the capital and largest city of Armenia and one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. Situated along the Hrazdan River, Yerevan is the administrative, cultural, and industrial center of the country. It has been the capital since 1918, the thirteenth in the history of Armenia. The history of ...

title: Alaverdy town panorama Armenia

Alaverdy town panorama Armenia

Armenia lies in the highlands surrounding the Biblical mountains of Ararat, upon which Noah's Ark is said to have come to rest after the flood. (Bible, Gen. 8:4). There is evidence of an early civilization in Armenia in the Bronze Age and earlier, dating to about 4000 BC. Archaeological surveys in 2010 and 2011 at the ...

title: 500m over Vanadzor Armenia

500m over Vanadzor Armenia

Armenia has a very rich nature. In this small land are growing more then 3200 varieties of vegetation of which 120 grow only in the territory of Armenia. Even many varieties have armenian names. The animal world is also very diverse. There are about 12 000 types. Many of them are also unique for the Armenian natural world. Armenian nature played a major role in the history of Armenian people. In the ...

title: Walls of Khor Virap Armenia

Walls of Khor Virap Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though ...

title: Akhtala Armenia

Akhtala Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor)[1] and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different opinion precisely in which respects. Armenian ...

title: The Church of St Hripsime Armenia

The Church of St. Hripsime Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though ...

title: Great Surb Sargis vank Armenia

Great Surb Sargis vank Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different opinion precisely in which ...

title: Stones of Hayrivank Armenia

Stones of Hayrivank Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different opinion precisely in which respects. Armenian architecture, as it originates in an earthquake-prone ...

title: Haghartsin in green Armenia

Haghartsin in green Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor)[1] and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different opinion precisely in which respects. Armenian architecture, ...

title: Hovhanavank indoor Armenia

Hovhanavank indoor Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor)[1] and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different ...

title: Autumn Amberd Armenia

Autumn Amberd Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor)[1] and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different opinion precisely in which ...

title: Edchmiadzin Church Entrance Armenia

Edchmiadzin Church Entrance Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor)[1] and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, ...

title: Eternal Yerevan Armenia

Eternal Yerevan Armenia

Yerevan is the capital and largest city of Armenia and one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. Situated along the Hrazdan River, Yerevan is the administrative, cultural, and industrial center of the country. It has been the capital since 1918, the thirteenth in the history of Armenia. The history of Yerevan dates back to the 8th century BC, with the founding of the ...

title: In Yerevan is 1855 Armenia

In Yerevan is 1855 Armenia

Yerevan is the capital and largest city of Armenia and one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. Situated along the Hrazdan River, Yerevan is the administrative, cultural, and industrial center of the country. It has been the capital since 1918, the thirteenth in the history of Armenia. The history of Yerevan dates back to the 8th century BC, with the founding of the fortress of Erebuni in 782 BC ...

title: Tatev cupola Armenia

Tatev cupola Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which ...

title: Road to Geghard Armenia

Road to Geghard Armenia

Armenia has a very rich nature. In this small land are growing more then 3200 varieties of vegetation of which 120 grow only in the territory of Armenia. Even many varieties have armenian names. The animal world is also very diverse. There are about 12 000 types. Many of them are also unique for the Armenian natural world. Armenian nature played a major role in the history of Armenian people. ...

title: Light of Kecharis Armenia

Light of Kecharis Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different opinion precisely in which respects. Armenian ...

title: Echmiadzin tree route Armenia

Echmiadzin tree route Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor)[1] and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which ...

title: Odzun perspective Armenia

Odzun perspective Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor) and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different opinion precisely in which ...

title: Amberd fortress rocks Armenia

Amberd fortress rocks Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor)[1] and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different opinion precisely in which respects. Armenian architecture, as it originates in an ...

title: Goris town Armenia

Goris town Armenia

Armenia lies in the highlands surrounding the Biblical mountains of Ararat, upon which Noah's Ark is said to have come to rest after the flood. (Bible, Gen. 8:4). There is evidence of an early civilization in Armenia in the Bronze Age and earlier, dating to about 4000 BC. Archaeological surveys in 2010 and 2011 at the Areni-1 cave complex have resulted in the discovery of the world's earliest known leather shoe, ...

title: Mirror on the height 3000m Armenia

Mirror on the height 3000m Armenia

Armenia has a very rich nature. In this small land are growing more then 3200 varieties of vegetation of which 120 grow only in the territory of Armenia. Even many varieties have armenian names. The animal world is also very diverse. There are about 12 000 types. Many of them are also unique for the Armenian natural ...

title: Nuclear Explosion Armenia

Nuclear Explosion Armenia

Armenia has a very rich nature. In this small land are growing more then 3200 varieties of vegetation of which 120 grow only in the territory of Armenia. Even many varieties have armenian names. The animal world is also very diverse. There are about 12 000 types. Many of them are also unique for the Armenian natural world. Armenian nature played a major role in the history of Armenian people. In the same way as in the days of ...

title: Vardan Mamikonyan Armenia

Vardan Mamikonyan Armenia

Yerevan is the capital and largest city of Armenia and one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. Situated along the Hrazdan River, Yerevan is the administrative, cultural, and industrial center of the country. It has been the capital since 1918, the thirteenth in the history of Armenia. The history of Yerevan dates back to the 8th century BC, with the founding of the fortress of Erebuni in 782 BC by king Argishti I at the western extreme of the ...

title: Rocks of Noravank Armenia

Rocks of Noravank Armenia

Armenia has a very rich nature. In this small land are growing more then 3200 varieties of vegetation of which 120 grow only in the territory of Armenia. Even many varieties have armenian names. The animal world is also very diverse. There are about 12 000 types. Many of them are also unique for the Armenian natural world. Armenian nature ...

title: Hrazdan centre Armenia

Hrazdan centre Armenia

Armenia lies in the highlands surrounding the Biblical mountains of Ararat, upon which Noah's Ark is said to have come to rest after the flood. (Bible, Gen. 8:4). There is evidence of an early civilization in Armenia in the Bronze Age and earlier, dating to about 4000 BC. Archaeological surveys in 2010 and 2011 at the Areni-1 cave complex have resulted in the discovery of the world's earliest known leather shoe, skirt, and wine-producing facility. Several ...

title: North avenue Armenia

North avenue Armenia

Yerevan is the capital and largest city of Armenia and one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. Situated along the Hrazdan River, Yerevan is the administrative, cultural, and industrial center of the country. It has been the capital since 1918, the thirteenth in the history of Armenia. The ...

title: Kakavaberd Armenia

Kakavaberd Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor)[1] and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different opinion precisely in which respects. Armenian architecture, as it originates in an earthquake-prone ...

title: Akhtala indoor Armenia

Akhtala indoor Armenia

Armenian architecture is an architectural style developed over the last 4,500 years of human habitation in the Armenian Highland (the eastern part of Asia Minor)[1] and used principally by the Armenian people. The greatest achievement of Armenian architecture is generally agreed to be its medieval churches, which influenced Western church architecture, though there are different opinion precisely in which respects. Armenian ...

title: Tops of Aragats Armenia

Tops of Aragats Armenia

Armenia has a very rich nature. In this small land are growing more then 3200 varieties of vegetation of which 120 grow only in the territory of Armenia. Even many varieties have armenian names. The animal world is also very diverse. There are about 12 000 types. Many of them are also unique for the Armenian natural world. Armenian ...