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TOP SIGHTS IN ARMENIA & NAGORNO-KARABAKH

Yerevan

Yerevan is the capital and largest city of Armenia and one of the world’s oldest continuously inhabited cities.

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Echmiadzin

Echmiadzin is the spiritual and administrative center of the Armenian Apostolic Church and it is the fourth largest city in Armenia.

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Zvartnots

Now in ruins, the 7th century Zvartnots Cathedral is situated at the boundary of the city of Echmiadzin (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

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Garni

The Temple of Garni is a reconstructed classical Hellenistic temple near Garni, and it is the best known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia.

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Geghard

The monastery of Geghard is a unique architectural construction, being partially carved out of the mountain (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

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Tsakhkadzor

Tsakhkadzor is a spa town and a popular ski resort in Armenia, located 60 kilometers north of the capital Yerevan in the Kotayk Province.

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Lake Sevan

Lake Sevan’s proximity to Yerevan, coupled with its historic sights make it one of Armenia’s key places to visit.

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Noratus

Noratus medieval cemetery with its multitude of the early khachkars (cross-stones) is one of Armenia’s most amazing sights.

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Dilijan

Dilijan is a spa town in the Tavush Province of Armenia, and it is one of the most important resorts of the country, situated within the Dilijan National Park.

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Haghartsin

The beautiful 12th century Haghartsin Monastery is located in the Tavush Province of Armenia, 13 km from Dilijan town.

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Sanahin

Moss-covered Sanahin is a fascinatingly detailed monastery complex dating back to 928 (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

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Haghpat

Haghpat Monastery is a magnificent medieval monastery complex in the Lori Province of Armenia (UNESCO World Heritage Site).

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Gyumri

Gyumri is the second largest city in Armenia and the capital of the Shirak Province in the northwestern part of the country.

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Amberd

Amberd is a 7th century fortress located at 2,300m (7,500 ft) above sea level, on the slopes of Mount Aragats in the Aragatsotn Province in Armenia.

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Saghmosavank

The 13th century Saghmosavank Monastery was famous for its manuscripts and the large number of illuminated miniatures.

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Khor Virap

Khor Virap is one of the most popular destinations in Armenia, the spot where the Mt. Ararat reveals its breathtaking size and splendor.

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Noravank

Set in the spectacular valley, the 14th century Noravank Monastery was a major religious and cultural center of Armenia in the past.

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Jermuk

Jermuk is a popular mountain spa town in the southern Armenian province of Vayots Dzor, 53 km east of the provincial capital Yeghegnadzor.

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Zorats Karer

The megalithic complex Zorats Karer, also known as Karahunj, is one of the oldest observatories in the world.

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Tatev

The 9th century Tatev Monastery is one of the most spectacular and impressive places in Armenia.

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Goris

Known for its variety of homemade fruit vodkas, Goris is a major junction stop between Yerevan, Stepanakert and the Iranian border.

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Gandzasar

The 10th century Gandzasar Monastery is the seat of the Archbishop of Artsakh, and a shrine holding the skull of St. John the Baptist.

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Stepanakert

Stepanakert is the capital of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, located in the Askeran Province of Karabakh.

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Shushi

The small town of Shushi, was the heart and the cultural and economic center of Artsakh for many centuries.

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Dadivank

The Monastery of St. Dadi, otherwise called Dadivank, is the largest monastic complex in Karabakh.

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