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World Oldest  Winery(6000 Year Old) World Oldest Winery(6000 Year Old)
 
World Oldest Leather Shoe(5500 Year Old) World Oldest Leather Shoe(5500 Year Old)
 
World Longest Cableway ''Wings of Tatev'' World Longest Cableway ''Wings of Tatev''
 

Churches, Temples and Castles

Mother Cathedral of Etchmiadzin Mother Cathedral of Etchmiadzin
 
St. Hripsimeh Cathedral St. Hripsimeh Cathedral
 
St. Gayaneh Church St. Gayaneh Church
 
St. Shoghakat Church St. Shoghakat Church
 
Zvartnots Cathedral Zvartnots Cathedral
The Zvartnots Catedral (643-652) are to the south of Vagharshapat, in the gardens formerly called ‘a sand desert’. The ruins have a magic power. They inspire awe and admiration among viewers. Scholars assume that the heathen temple of God Tir of Armenian schooling and eloquence had been in this place.
 
Khor Virap Monastic Complex Khor Virap Monastic Complex
The citadel was at the site of the protected monastery, which housed the underground prison Virap Artashatou. It served as a court detention cell. Convicts were thrown into a deep ditch filled with snakes and poisonous insects. According to historian Agatangeghos, the Armenian Patriarch Gregory the Illuminator suffered for 13 years here. By divine intent he remained alive by the help of a Christian woman. It is believed that secretly from the guardians, the woman threw a loaf of bread into the ditch at the behest of Trdat III's sister Khosrovdoukht.
 
Garni: temple of the sun Garni: temple of the sun
 
Geghard: the first cave church Geghard: the first cave church
 
St. Mesrop Mashtots church St. Mesrop Mashtots church
 
Tsiranavor church (Ashtarak) Tsiranavor church (Ashtarak)
The Church of St. Astvatsatsin (V c.) is a building dating from the early Christian period. There is an opinion that it had been a pagan temple, later transformed into a church.
 
Spitakavor church (Ashtarak) Spitakavor church (Ashtarak)
The church of Spitakavor St. Astvatsatsin (XIV c.) used to be a small domed structure and a mononave gallery with a square plan. Spitakavor lost its roof and only retained its yellowish-apricot tufa walls. A broad view of the gorge opens suddenly from the sole window of the high and narrow altar.
 
Karmravor church (Ashtarak) Karmravor church (Ashtarak)
 
St. Marineh Church St. Marineh Church
St. Marineh church (1271) is on top of a hill and has an unusually vertical composition for Armenian architecture. It is located in the center of Ashtarak town.
 
Amberd Amberd
 
Hovhannavanq Hovhannavanq
 
Saghmosavank Saghmosavank
Saghmosavank was a renowned religious, academic and cultural centre of medieval Armenia. It is situated on a protuberance on the right bank of the  Kasakh Gorge. The place where the monastery is located is beautiful. Important elements of its panorama are Mount Aragats, Mount Ara and the deep Khasakh Gorge.
 
St. Gevorg Church (Moughni) St. Gevorg Church (Moughni)
 
Talin Cathedral Talin Cathedral
 
Arutch Arutch
The village of Aruch is located on the southern part of Aragatz Mountain, 23km west of the centre of Ashtarak province. The village dates back to the 6th century when it was the winter camp of the royal armies. It was later made to a permanent base by Grigor Mamikonian (661-682).
 
Mastara (St. Havhannes Church) Mastara (St. Havhannes Church)

Church of Surb Hovhannes (St. John) in Mastara, dates back to the late 6th century. Its architectural conception heralds another stage in the development of simple cruciform compositions. Its main merit is the interior, and of course the mighty monolithic outward volume. Mastara derives its name from Gregory the Illuminator, who brought back from Caesaria the relics of John the Baptist, one fragment of which he enshrined beneath the church site: Mas (a piece) Tara (I buried). 

 

 
Tegher monastery complex Tegher monastery complex
 
Marmashen Marmashen
 
Noravank Noravank
Noravank is a 13th century monastery, located in a narrow gorge made by the Darichay river, nearby the city of Yeghegnadzor. The gorge is known for its tall, sheer, brick-red cliffs, directly across from the monastery.
 
Areni St. Astvatsatsin church Areni St. Astvatsatsin church
 
Goshavank monastery Goshavank monastery
 
Haghartsin Haghartsin
 
Jukhtak Monastery Jukhtak Monastery
 
Matosavank Matosavank
 
Sanahin Sanahin
 
Haghpat Haghpat
 
Odzun Odzun
 
Akhtala Akhtala
 
Sevanavank Sevanavank
 
Hayravank Hayravank
 
Tatev Tatev
Built at the edge of a sheer rock face and virtually inaccessible on three sides, the northern part of the complex is fortified by ramparts harmoniously integrating it in the landscape. One of the unique features of the monastery is the St. Astvatsadzin 1087 which is built on the rampart and accessed by a steep flight of steps from within the complex.
 
Ghazanchetsots St.Amenaprkich church Ghazanchetsots St.Amenaprkich church
 
Gandzasar Monastery Gandzasar Monastery
 

Monuments

Noratus Noratus
 
Djulfa Cemetery Djulfa Cemetery
 
Charents's Arch Charents's Arch
There is a structure at an altitude of 1500 m from sea-level here, known to the people as the Charents Arch. It is from here that the Greatest Armenian poet of XX c. admired the view of the double-peaked Ararat.
 
Park of stone Letters Park of stone Letters
 

Memorial Complexes

Tsisernakaberd Memorial Complex Tsisernakaberd Memorial Complex
Tsisernakaberd Memorial Complex in Yerevan is dedicated to the memory of the 1.5 million Armenians who perished in the first genocide of the 20th century, at the hands of the Turkish government. Completed in 1967, the Genocide Monument has since become a pilgrimage site and an integral part of Yerevan's architecture. Set high on a hill, dominating the landscape, it is in perfect harmony with its surroundings. The austere outlines convey the spirit of the nation that survived a ruthless campaign of extermination.
 
The Memorial Complex to the Battle of Sardarapat The Memorial Complex to the Battle of Sardarapat
 

Natural attractions

Mount Ararat Mount Ararat
 
Mount Aragats Mount Aragats
 
Lake Sevan Lake Sevan
 
Lake Parz Lake Parz
Parz-Lich (Clear Lake) is one of the beautiful lakes of Armenia.It is situated in the heart of the dense forest at the altitude of 1400m above sea level and located 6.7 km north of  Dilijan Town. An admirable breathtaking harmony of the lake doesn't let visitors go.
 
Dilijan National Park Dilijan National Park
 
Khosrov reserve Khosrov reserve
Khosrov reserve was established in 1958 to cover one of two forests that due to Armenian historian of V C Movses Khorenatsy, were planted in III C during the reign of king Khosrov II Kodak (Short) for royal hunt at Ararat Valley.
 

Museums and galleres

Erebuni: Yerevan City Foundation Museum Erebuni: Yerevan City Foundation Museum
 
House-Museum of Poet-Writer Hovhannes Tumanian House-Museum of Poet-Writer Hovhannes Tumanian
 
Museum of Martiros Sarian Museum of Martiros Sarian
 
Matenadaran: Depository of Ancient Manuscripts Matenadaran: Depository of Ancient Manuscripts
 
National Museum of Folk Art after V. Sharambeyan National Museum of Folk Art after V. Sharambeyan
 
Museum of Literature and Art after Yeghishe Charents Museum of Literature and Art after Yeghishe Charents
 
Museum of Wood Carving Museum of Wood Carving
 
Museum of Armenian Genocide Museum of Armenian Genocide
 
Sergey Parajanov House-Museum Sergey Parajanov House-Museum
 
Museum of Armenian History Museum of Armenian History
 
Yerevan History Museum Yerevan History Museum
 
Yervand Kochar Museum Yervand Kochar Museum
 
Sardarapat Ethnography and Liberation Movement History Museum Sardarapat Ethnography and Liberation Movement History Museum
 
S. Merkurov's house museum S. Merkurov's house museum
 
Dilijan Branch of National Museum of Folk Art after V. Sharambeyan Dilijan Branch of National Museum of Folk Art after V. Sharambeyan
 
Museum of national architecture and urban life of Gyumri Museum of national architecture and urban life of Gyumri
 

Intangible Cultural Heritage

The Duduk and its Music The Duduk and its Music
The duduk, the Armenian oboe, is a double-reed wind instrument characterized by a warm, soft, slightly nasal timbre. It belongs to the category of aerophones. The soft wood of the apricot tree is the ideal material for the body of the instrument. The reed, called ghamish or yegheg, is a local plant growing alongside the Arax River.
 
Armenian cross-stones art. Symbolism and craftsmanship of Khachkars Armenian cross-stones art. Symbolism and craftsmanship of Khachkars
 
Armenian rag and carpet art Armenian rag and carpet art
Along with sculpture and miniature painting, carpets are one of the best manifestations of the distinct culture of the Armenian people.
 

Special markets and factories

ARARAT Cognac Factory ARARAT Cognac Factory
 
Vernissage Vernissage
 

Historic cities and villages

Vagharshapat (Etchmiadzin) Vagharshapat (Etchmiadzin)
 
Gyumri Gyumri
 
Ashtarak Town Ashtarak Town
 
Oshakan Village Oshakan Village
 

Resorts

Dilijan Dilijan
 
Jermuk Jermuk
Город - санаторий Джермук находится в юго-восточной части Республики Армения, в верхнем течении реки Арпа, в 173 км от столицы. Плато, на котором расположен город Джермук, с трех сторон окружено Сюникскими горными хребтами, альпийскими лугами и лесными массивами.
 
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