In the country of Armenia, we must not forget the famous phrase “Armenia is an open-air museum”. Armenia visit means going back to history and feeling the spirit of over 41 centuries. Armenia is rich in historical churches, monasteries, monuments, and magnificent natural landscapes. This is the first country to adopt Christianity as the state religion.
Your travel to Armenia will amaze by traditions, culture, religion, handicrafts, delicious cuisine, and sincere hospitality. The enthusiasm and kindness of the people will make your trip unforgettable. After visiting Armenia, you will consider your next visit, one visit not enough for you.
Armenia has many attractions, one of the most famous is the Tatev monastery and its built cable car. One of the unique features of the monastery is St. Astvatsadzin 1087. Which is built on the wall and accessed from the steep stairs inside the complex? The monumental San Poghos Petros, 895/906 is the focal point of the architectural complex. The main cathedral of the Principality of Syunik.
There’s an impressive cable car, they called the “Tatev Wings”. Which is listed as the longest cable car in the Guinness Book of World Records? They build it. It is 5.7 kilometres long and the cable car runs between Halidzor and Tatev monastery. Has been built for 3 years and has now become one of the major attractions for tourists.
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The next attraction is Parque de los Enamorados. It is on Baghramyan Street. This a small very comfortable park, spend time there with your family best place for children. There is a small bridge across a small man-made pool.
A new build tourist attraction, the Illuminator Church of St. Gregory in Yerevan. The huge cathedral is a complex of three churches: the 1,700-seat cathedral (the main church). The St. Tiridates King and Queen Ashkhen Church. It is one of the largest and most illuminated churches in Armenia.
If you want to take a walk, North Street is a good place to spend the night. Here you will meet modern architecture. They are the most visited street in Yerevan, and young people like to spend their free time. By walking down the street, you will see many brand new shops and cafes. If you walk along North Street, you will appear at Freedom Square and visit the Opera House.
The famous Armenian architect Alexander Tamanian designed the building. If you continue walking, you will find the giant staircase Cascade Complex in Yerevan. Inside Cascade, under the steps outside are several escalators leading to Cascade, where you can see some amazing modern art. Ensure to visit Cafesjian Art Centre. At the top of this huge white staircase, you can visit Victory Park. Many attractions to attract your children, admire the picturesque views of Yerevan and Mount Ararat.
If you walk along North Street, you will find yourself in the heart of Yerevan, which is the Republic Square where the government building is located. In the afternoon, you can enjoy singing and colorful fountains.