Together with Assyria and Babylon, Armenia is depicted on the oldest map in the world dating back to the 6th century BC. It’s a clay plate with geographical images of these three countries, found in the 19th century in the territory of Iraq. Our hospitable country is marked there as a civilization hub with a cuneiform inscription “Urartu-Ararat-Armenia”. The map is now exhibited at the British Museum.
Armenia is one of the few countries with drinkable water supplies. Strolling in Armenian cities, you can easily spot pasersby drinking from these drinkable water fountains – poulpoulaks.
Yerevan abounds with museums and galleries. Recently, another cultural venue has opened here - Ter-Ghazaryans' Micro Art Museum.
Go2Armenia together with 11 other Armenian tour companies took part in ITB Berlin 2019.
Value Walk popular online magazine published the article "Top 10 Oldest Countries in the World that Survived the Test of Time", among which are France, San Marino, Iran, Ethiopia, Japan, India, Greece, China, Egypt and of course Armenia.
Armenian wines were awarded with 5 gold, 4 silver medals and other prizes in the frames of ProdExpo 2019!
Did you know that Armenian has been an independent language since the 6th century BC, and that Armenian alphabet was invented in 405 CE?
Every new country you visit is like a new book. You begin reading it with interest and you get more and more fascinated with each page. Armenia can become one of your favourite handbooks.
Everything is authentic in Armenia! And even the bread – lavash Lavash is a white thin flatbread made of wheat flour baked in a special oven - tonir.
So, why do Armenians jump over the fire every February 13? According to a legend, after February 13, the day Armenians celebrate Trndez, there comes spring as the bonfires lit throughout the country warm up the earth.
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