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#armenia #fortress #castle #travel #tour #adventure
Armenia boasts a myriad of medieval castles and fortresses which protected the country against foreign invaders. A few of fortresses in Armenia are well-preserved, while the majority are in ruins, unfortunately. Anyways, some of them are worthwhile seeing during your trip to Armenia and Artsakh.
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#free   #artsakh   #nagorno   #karabakh   #independence   #day   #september   #two  
Free Artsakh is 24 years old today! By the way, Artsakh was included in the list of best locations for adventure suggested by The Guardian!
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#armenia   #beauty   #travel   #tour   #love   #tatev   #garni   #geghard  
A fervent hiker? An art connoisseur? An aesthete starved for mesmerizing landscapes? Or, perhaps, all of the above? We have an excellent news: there is an ”all-in-one” solution for you. Just grab your backpack and travel to Armenia! Skeptical about it?

Here are 15 unbelievably beautiful reasons why you will satisfy your diverse tastes and eventually fall in love with this alluring country.
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In this article, we’ll give you a few tips and recommendations on what you can particularly do in Yerevan on a week-end during your trip to Armenia.
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If you’ve made up your mind to explore Armenia during your vacation and still don’t have a clue how to stay connected (unless you want a total internet detox), we have an excellent news for you: one of the most tourist-friendly features of Yerevan is free internet availability in the city center and adjacent areas. 
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Artsakh offers a myriad of adventure, cultural and historical travel destinations. It’s a real treasury of unique art and architecture, a home to medieval churches, monasteries and Armenian khachkars, not to mention the untouched beauty of picturesque landscapes and enticing mountains. Already curious about the land? Here are 10 facts you should know before heading for Nagorno-Karabakh.
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#‎Yerevan‬ is a modern city with ancient history. So, how to get in and around in ‪#‎Armenia‬'s capital? 
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So, you’ve already booked your trip to Armenia and figured out the “must-see” list in the first Christian country on the planet. Perhaps, you’re now intrigued to learn more about it and other facts about Yerkir Nairi (as Armenians often call their motherland) before beholding the rich history and culture the country oozes. So, here are 12 interesting facts for you to know about your next destination.
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There is a common myth that Armenian sightseeing is restricted to attending cultural tours and nightlife venues in Yerevan, bathing in the crisp waters of the Lake Sevan and admiring the beauty of Garni and Geghard. Indeed, these are perhaps the top must-see the Armenia sights (among couple of others) which have been almost fully discovered by locals and tourists. It’s time to debunk the myth. If you’ve the spirit of a pioneer, you will be keen on unveiling the hidden gems of Armenian nature, culture and architecture. To help you out, here is a list of less known sights that you may want to explore during your trip to Armenia and Artsakh.
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Annually, on April 24, thousands of Armenians and foreign delegations from all the corners of the world join their hands and hearts in a prayer to the 1.5mln victims of the Armenian Genocide. This year marks the centennial of this horrible crime committed by Ottoman Turks in early 20th century, and Yerevan hosts a number of remembrance events aimed at calling people’s attention to its recognition and prevention of genocides on the whole. If you’re planning your trip to Armenia in late April to pay homage to the genocide martyrs and attend the commemoration events, here are 5 things for you to know.
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