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The breath of antiquity -Tour in Armenia 6 days / 5 nights
Day 1
Meeting at the airport of Yerevan – Zvartnots
Transfer to the hotel (Yerevan)
Rest time
City tour in Yerevan
Visiting Victory Park –Monument Mother Armenia, Cascade, the  Gafesjyan Center of Modern Art, the Opera and Ballet House building, Northern Avenue, Republic Square,  the Memorial Complex of the  Armenian Genocide.
Overnight in Yerevan.
Day 2
Visiting the Monastery of  Khor Virap, one of the symbols of Armenia. The Monastery and the Fortress are located 45 km from Yerevan, in the Ararat region.  An amazing view of the Ararat Valley and Mount Ararat opens from the monastery. On a clear day, Mount Ararat is seen as in one’s palm. The monastery consists of two churches. The Church of Saint Gevorg (on the right) was built by Catholicos Nerses III in 642. The pit, where Gregory the Illuminator was imprisoned, is preserved in this church. The second building is the main church of the Holy Virgin (Surb Astvatsatsin), which was built at the end of the 17th century.
Visiting the Wine Factory of Areni, an excursion in the winery and tasting of Armenian wines.
Visiting Noravank Monastery. Noravank (“New Monastery” in Armenian) was built in the 13th century. It is located in the Vayots Dzor region, 122 km from Yerevan. Noravank was founded in 1205 by Bishop Hovhannes. Architect Siranes and the famous sculptor and miniaturist Momik worked here at the end of the 13th century.
Overnight in Goris.
Day 3
Visiting the world’s longest reversible ropeway “Wings of Tatev”
On October 16, 2010 the project “Tatev Revival” was launched.  The first result of this project was the ropeway “Wings of Tatev”( length: 5.7 km) which passes  through Vorotan Gorge to Tatev Monastery.
Visiting Tatev Monastery. Tatev Monastery  is an Armenian monastic complex of 9th-13th  centuries in the Syunik region, which  is located 20 km  from the town  of Goris. The distance from Yerevan  is 250 km.
The Monastery was founded in 895 – 906. In the Middle Ages, there developed the miniature school of Tatev. The Monastery was one of the intellectual centers of  the medieval Armenia. At the end of  the 14th century Hovhannes Vorotnetsi founded the University of  Tatev, which was the largest in the South Caucasus.
Visiting Khndzoresk. The village of Khndzoresk is situated 8 km  to the east of  Goris. The main sight here is the “Cave City” Old Khndzoresk. People lived here  until 1958.
Besides the cave city in Khndzoresk ,you can see the ruins of  two churches: the Church of St. Hripsime with its bell tower, built in 1663, and the church of St. Tadevos.
The Hanging Bridge of Khndzoresk. This is a direct way, linking the old and the  new parts of Khndzoresk. The  Hanging Bridge weighs 14 tons. The Bridge is new – it opened in 2012. Its length is about 160 meters, and the height  –  63 meters.
Return to Yerevan
Overnight in Yerevan.
 Day 4
Visiting the house – museum of Sergey Parajanov . The museum features more than 250 works, documents and photos.
Of great interest is the artistic creativity of the stage director : collages, ceramics, dolls, paintings, assemblages, film sketches
Visiting the pagan temple of Garni. Garni is an ancient Armenian temple of  the 1st century AD in Armenia. 35 km from Yerevan. The temple is  located in the Kotayk region, in the valley of River Azat, near the village of Garni.  Garni is the only surviving monument in Armenia which belongs to the pagan period. The temple was devoted to Mihr, the god of the sun. Near the temple are the ruins of the ancient fortress, royal palace and also bathhouse of the 3rd century. 
Visiting  Geghard Monastery. Geghard (which means – “a spear”) is also called Ayrivank, i.e. “a cave monastery”.
The monastery is a unique architectural construction in the Kotayk region of Armenia. It located 45 km south-east from Yerevan.
The monastery was founded in the 4th century on the place of a holy sources, which start in a cave. The founder of the monastery was St. Gregory the Illuminator. The first monastery was destroyed by the Arabs in the 9th century.
The existing ensemble belongs to the 12th-13th centuries.
Return to Yerevan
Overnight in Yerevan.
Day 5
Visiting Lake Sevan.  Sevan is located in the Gegharkunik region at the height of 1900 meters above the sea level. 60 km from Yerevan. Sevan is the largest lake in the Caucasus. Its area is 1240 km². Lake Sevan has freshwater, and the colour of water is azure blue.
In 1978, the National Park of Sevan was created in the basin of Lake Sevan.
Visiting  Sevanavank. The Church of Sevan, formerly a monastery, is situated on the peninsula of Sevan in the Gegharkunik region, about 5 km from the town of Sevan.
The Church of the Holy Virgin (Surb Astvatsatsin) and the church of the Holy Apostles (Surb Arakelots) were built in 874, They were built upon the order of Mariam, the daughter of King Ashot I.
Return to Yerevan
Overnight in Yerevan.
Day 6
Transfer to the airport of Yerevan – Zvartnots

 

 

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The breath of antiquity -Tour in Armenia 6 days / 5 nights
Day 1
Meeting at the airport of Yerevan – Zvartnots
Transfer to the hotel (Yerevan)
Rest time
City tour in Yerevan
Visiting Victory Park –Monument Mother Armenia, Cascade, the  Gafesjyan Center of Modern Art, the Opera and Ballet House building, Northern Avenue, Republic Square,  the Memorial Complex of the  Armenian Genocide.
Overnight in Yerevan.
Day 2
Visiting the Monastery of  Khor Virap, one of the symbols of Armenia. The Monastery and the Fortress are located 45 km from Yerevan, in the Ararat region.  An amazing view of the Ararat Valley and Mount Ararat opens from the monastery. On a clear day, Mount Ararat is seen as in one’s palm. The monastery consists of two churches. The Church of Saint Gevorg (on the right) was built by Catholicos Nerses III in 642. The pit, where Gregory the Illuminator was imprisoned, is preserved in this church. The second building is the main church of the Holy Virgin (Surb Astvatsatsin), which was built at the end of the 17th century.
Visiting the Wine Factory of Areni, an excursion in the winery and tasting of Armenian wines.
Visiting Noravank Monastery. Noravank (“New Monastery” in Armenian) was built in the 13th century. It is located in the Vayots Dzor region, 122 km from Yerevan. Noravank was founded in 1205 by Bishop Hovhannes. Architect Siranes and the famous sculptor and miniaturist Momik worked here at the end of the 13th century.
Overnight in Goris.
Day 3
Visiting the world’s longest reversible ropeway “Wings of Tatev”
On October 16, 2010 the project “Tatev Revival” was launched.  The first result of this project was the ropeway “Wings of Tatev”( length: 5.7 km) which passes  through Vorotan Gorge to Tatev Monastery.
Visiting Tatev Monastery. Tatev Monastery  is an Armenian monastic complex of 9th-13th  centuries in the Syunik region, which  is located 20 km  from the town  of Goris. The distance from Yerevan  is 250 km.
The Monastery was founded in 895 – 906. In the Middle Ages, there developed the miniature school of Tatev. The Monastery was one of the intellectual centers of  the medieval Armenia. At the end of  the 14th century Hovhannes Vorotnetsi founded the University of  Tatev, which was the largest in the South Caucasus.
Visiting Khndzoresk. The village of Khndzoresk is situated 8 km  to the east of  Goris. The main sight here is the “Cave City” Old Khndzoresk. People lived here  until 1958.
Besides the cave city in Khndzoresk ,you can see the ruins of  two churches: the Church of St. Hripsime with its bell tower, built in 1663, and the church of St. Tadevos.
The Hanging Bridge of Khndzoresk. This is a direct way, linking the old and the  new parts of Khndzoresk. The  Hanging Bridge weighs 14 tons. The Bridge is new – it opened in 2012. Its length is about 160 meters, and the height  –  63 meters.
Return to Yerevan
Overnight in Yerevan.
 Day 4
Visiting the house – museum of Sergey Parajanov . The museum features more than 250 works, documents and photos.
Of great interest is the artistic creativity of the stage director : collages, ceramics, dolls, paintings, assemblages, film sketches
Visiting the pagan temple of Garni. Garni is an ancient Armenian temple of  the 1st century AD in Armenia. 35 km from Yerevan. The temple is  located in the Kotayk region, in the valley of River Azat, near the village of Garni.  Garni is the only surviving monument in Armenia which belongs to the pagan period. The temple was devoted to Mihr, the god of the sun. Near the temple are the ruins of the ancient fortress, royal palace and also bathhouse of the 3rd century. 
Visiting  Geghard Monastery. Geghard (which means – “a spear”) is also called Ayrivank, i.e. “a cave monastery”.
The monastery is a unique architectural construction in the Kotayk region of Armenia. It located 45 km south-east from Yerevan.
The monastery was founded in the 4th century on the place of a holy sources, which start in a cave. The founder of the monastery was St. Gregory the Illuminator. The first monastery was destroyed by the Arabs in the 9th century.
The existing ensemble belongs to the 12th-13th centuries.
Return to Yerevan
Overnight in Yerevan.
Day 5
Visiting Lake Sevan.  Sevan is located in the Gegharkunik region at the height of 1900 meters above the sea level. 60 km from Yerevan. Sevan is the largest lake in the Caucasus. Its area is 1240 km². Lake Sevan has freshwater, and the colour of water is azure blue.
In 1978, the National Park of Sevan was created in the basin of Lake Sevan.
Visiting  Sevanavank. The Church of Sevan, formerly a monastery, is situated on the peninsula of Sevan in the Gegharkunik region, about 5 km from the town of Sevan.
The Church of the Holy Virgin (Surb Astvatsatsin) and the church of the Holy Apostles (Surb Arakelots) were built in 874, They were built upon the order of Mariam, the daughter of King Ashot I.
Return to Yerevan
Overnight in Yerevan.
Day 6
Transfer to the airport of Yerevan – Zvartnots

 

 

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