Zvartnots Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located in the middle of vineyards and trees dazzled with apricots and cherries while Ararat peeks in from the background. Built in the 7th-century AD, Zvartnots Cathedral was a rare architectural monument because of its unique design. Before the earthquake in the 10th-century AD destroyed Zvartnots Cathedral, it was the biggest and oldest church of Armenia throughout its history.
Saint Gayane Church
Vagharshapat is an ancient city in Armavir region founded in the 2nd century CE and one of the most important religious and cultural centers of Armenia.
Agape Refectory Restaurant
Agape is one of the oldest restaurant in the region with authentic armenian cuisine. It has been founded in the 17th century. The building is protected by UNESCO.
Saint Hripsime Church
Medieval monastic complex dating back to the 11th century, located in the ski resort town of Tsakhkadzor.
Sevanavank Monastery was formed from two churches build in 874 AD and located on the shore of Lake Sevan. Lake Sevan is a national landmark, it is by far the largest body of water in Armenia, taking up 5% of the country’s territory.
Vaskenian Theological Academy
Ararat mountain view from Yerevan
Colorful streets of Yerevan
Yerevan 2800th Anniversary Park
Charles Aznavour Square
Dalan Art Gallery and Cafe Abovyan 12
Night vibes in the city of Jazz and dancing fountains