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Things to do in Yerevan

“So… You’re French?” “Yes” “Why are you coming here, in Armenia?” “For tourism” “You come from France and you want to visit… Armenia!!!???“ “Huh… Yeah I want to visit Yerevan” “All right… Oh I get it, you come here to visit friends who live in Yerevan right?” “No no, I’m traveling by myself… I know […]

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12 best places to visit in Armenia

Planning to visit Armenia? It’s an excellent idea! It’s not the most popular destination, but Armenia is a wonderful country! Culture and history lovers will love it, Armenia is 3500 years old! It’s the first country to declare Christianity as its national religion. Due to its location, everyone passed through the region: Romans, Byzantines, Persians, […]

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Vardavar festival in Armenia

“Sorry, the Yerevan free walking tour scheduled in two days is cancelled. We completely forgot about it, but the day after tomorrow, it’s Vardavar!“ Huh? What the hell is this? I had planned to visit the city with a local, to find out more about Yerevan and Armenia in general (I often do this when […]

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Things to do in Yerevan

Saint Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral

“So… You’re French?” “Yes” “Why are you coming here, in Armenia?” “For tourism” “You come from France and you want to visit… Armenia!!!???“ “Huh… Yeah I want to visit Yerevan” “All right… Oh I get it, you come here to visit friends who live in Yerevan right?” “No no, I’m traveling by myself… I know […]

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12 best places to visit in Armenia

tatev monastery armenia

Planning to visit Armenia? It’s an excellent idea! It’s not the most popular destination, but Armenia is a wonderful country! Culture and history lovers will love it, Armenia is 3500 years old! It’s the first country to declare Christianity as its national religion. Due to its location, everyone passed through the region: Romans, Byzantines, Persians, […]

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Vardavar festival in Armenia

“Sorry, the Yerevan free walking tour scheduled in two days is cancelled. We completely forgot about it, but the day after tomorrow, it’s Vardavar!“ Huh? What the hell is this? I had planned to visit the city with a local, to find out more about Yerevan and Armenia in general (I often do this when […]

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