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Pilgrimage to the holy places of Armenia 7 days / 6 nights
Day 1
Meeting at the airport of Yerevan – Zvartnots
Transfer to the hotel (Yerevan)
Free day
Day 2
Visiting Church Ripsime.  The church of Saint  Ripsime is located in Etchmiadzin city, 20 km from Yerevan.  The church was built in 618, and is a masterpiece of the early Christian period. 
Visiting Etchmiadzin. The Etchmiadzin Cathedral is 25 km from Yerevan. Etchmiadzin is the main cathedral of the  Armenian Apostolic Church and the seat of the Highest Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians from 303 until present. From 2000, it comprises part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
The Etchmiadzin Cathedral is one of the most ancient churches in the world. 
Visiting The museum of Echmiadzin. 
Return to Yerevan
Overnight in Yerevan.
Day 3
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 4
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.
Return to Yerevan
Overnight in Yerevan.
Day 5,6
Free days in Yerevan.
Day 7
Transfer to the airport of Yerevan – Zvartnots
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Pilgrimage to the holy places of Armenia 7 days / 6 nights
Day 1
Meeting at the airport of Yerevan – Zvartnots
Transfer to the hotel (Yerevan)
Free day
Day 2
Visiting Church Ripsime.  The church of Saint  Ripsime is located in Etchmiadzin city, 20 km from Yerevan.  The church was built in 618, and is a masterpiece of the early Christian period. 
Visiting Etchmiadzin. The Etchmiadzin Cathedral is 25 km from Yerevan. Etchmiadzin is the main cathedral of the  Armenian Apostolic Church and the seat of the Highest Patriarch and Catholicos of all Armenians from 303 until present. From 2000, it comprises part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
The Etchmiadzin Cathedral is one of the most ancient churches in the world. 
Visiting The museum of Echmiadzin. 
Return to Yerevan
Overnight in Yerevan.
Day 3
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 4
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.
Return to Yerevan
Overnight in Yerevan.
Day 5,6
Free days in Yerevan.
Day 7
Transfer to the airport of Yerevan – Zvartnots
Tou
Adults:
Children:
Infant:
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