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Armenia, situated along the route of the Great Silk Road, is a landlocked country of rugged mountains and extinct volcanoes, located in the southern Caucasus, between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea.
It is the smallest of the former Soviet republics, bounded by Georgia on the north, Azerbaijan on the east, Iran on the south, and Turkey on the west.
With a spread of scattered ancient monasteries, medieval monuments, quaint historic villages, and breath-taking landscapes, Armenia presents a rather enticing concoction to its travelers. Come to Armenia to find yourself enamoured by rich cultures, and histories as ancient as tragic. Here is a list of some of the top Armenia tourist attractions that will give you a rousing glimpse into the stories of this mysterious land.
Yerevan, the capital of Armenia is called “The pink city” because of the color of the stone used for building. Indeed, while driving through Armenian countryside you can easily spot that the houses along the way blend into the pinkish hills. Yerevan is a great example of the architecture from the Soviet Times. Yerevan is completely different than the neighboring capital of Georgia – Tbilisi that has medieval charm and wooden architecture with distinctive balconies leaning out over the cliffs. It’ good to visit the two cities one after another, this way you will be able to experience the clash of two different eras even more.
Dilijan is a town in northern Armenia. It’s known for spa resorts and traditional craft workshops. The town is surrounded by the forests of Dilijan National Park. The Geological Museum and Art Gallery displays archaeological finds and international art. North of town, Haghartsin Monastery is a complex of stone churches. East, Goshavank Monastery is known for its intricate khachkars, or carved stones
Meaning “the valley of flowers,” Tsaghkadzor is a city located in the Kotayk Region, 5 km north-east of the province center of Hrazdan. It is a loved tourist destination for all seasons.