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Need to find peace and heal yourself in the quiet? Not too far from the town of Dilijan, Haghartsin is a must place to visit. It is one of Armenia’s most famous monasteries, where amazing nature and the beautiful architecture combine perfectly. WHERE IS IT LOCATED? Being part of the Tavush region, it should come as no surprise that Haghartsin is located near mountains and trees. Armenians like to build churches virtually everywhere, be it a town, or out in the nature; it usually turns out to be a mesmerizing piece of work. And Haghartsin is no exception. The beauty of Tavush’s nature is something to see with your eyes and to experience for yourself. Standing in front of so many trees and mountains with a view of a monastery complex in front of you, feels like you are almost in a movie. You feel small yet powerful to be standing between two masterpieces - the nature and the building’s architecture. The closest town is Dilijan, and the Haghartsin Dilijan distance is about 15 minutes by car (around 12 km). HISTORY Built in the 12-13th century, Haghartsin monastery complex will impress you with its ancient history. The legend says that the way it gained the name Haghartsin was for the two main roots “hagh” which means game and “artsiv” which means eagle in Armenian. It is believed that an eagle was flying above the dome of the monastery, and playing around it, and that is how the name was derived. As an ancient monastery, Haghartsin has undergone through a major renovation in 2011. It now has clearly paved road leading to it, gift shops are around, and it is way easier to take a short trip to the monastery, if you are staying nearby in Dilijan. STRUCTURE The Haghartsin monastery consists of three churches: Saint Astvatsatsin (the main church), Saint Stepanos and Saint Grigor. Saint Astvatsatsin has a layout of looking like a cross. It has adopted the style of an Armenian domed church, rising with four arches, with no columns. The monastery also has two gavits (one being severely ruined), chapels and some cross stones (khachkars).Be sure to also check out the most fascinating part of the monastery - the refectory. No matter time of the year it is, Haghartsin is always a great idea to visit and reflect in the nature. This beautiful monastery with an impressive architecture is also a treat for a curious mind. Wherever you visit in Armenia, make sure the monastery is on the list - book your trip with Caucasus Holidays today!
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For such a small country, Armenia has countless examples of breathtaking architecture, each distinctive and different from one another. The country has been around since the beginning of time, and it is fascinating to see the changes in Armenian architecture throughout the centuries. Welcome to the wonderful mix of the old and the new! ANCIENT ARCHITECTURE Armenian ancient architecture goes back to as far as 9th century BC to the Urartian period. The buildings from this era are mostly ruined but have remains as tourist attractions. The only architecture piece standing strong is the Garni pagan temple (the dominant view is that it was built in 77 AD) which has gone through major reconstruction. From the outside, the buildings looked rich and almost perfectly built. Inside, the decorations were the main pillar of the buildings. As this historical time is on the same era as the bloom of Greco Roman architecture, many of the architecture pieces were influenced by their style. However, as Armenians adopted Christianity in 301 AC, the new churches brought with them a breath of fresh air. MEDIEVAL CHURCHES The new medieval churches became more distinctive in their structure. Many of the churches had pointed domes, as in the volcanic cone of the Greater Ararat. Some of them had semi-pointed domes that are also clearly concentrated more on the height than the length of the church, so the it is usually exceeding the length. The windows are very much narrow and tall, and the main material to build these churches are basalt and tuff. Carvings on Armenian churches are just beautiful - they are usually sentences, or ornates, such as grapevine and foliage. A great showcase example of a medieval church is the Ejmiatsin Cathedral. The biggest and the main center of the Armenian Apostolic Church, the cathedral is considered to be a masterpiece not just for Armenian architecture, but it glows among others in the world. It was originally believed to have been built in the 4th century, then renovated and modified in the 17th and lastly undergone some changes in the nineteenth century. So, it collects the influence of many time periods in the Armenian architecture, just like many other churches do in the country. MODERN DAY CHURCHES Nowadays, the churches of Armenia have mainly adopted what was initially built in the medieval times, with slight touches of modern architecture influence. Check out the Saint Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral in Yerevan. This huge building consists of the Main Church, two chapels, and a belfry tower. Just like many of the churches in the country, it is built on a high altitude, proudly looking down the city from high above. Whether you are visiting Armenia for museums, for churches or even just nature, the country will impress with its ancient style buildings and their influence on the modern day architecture. The country’s unique history defines the mesmerizing cathedrals and monasteries it has to offer in every corner. Feel the spirit of the old and the modern - book your tour with us at Caucasus Holidays!
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Each season in Armenia has its own unique flavour and taste, and summer in Armenia is not an exception. Days in summer are longer, hotter and lighter due to the topographic features of the country. Morning and evening hours are best to get acquainted with Armenia in the summer, while hot days can be used for relaxing near a cool pool. Bring comfortable travel shoes, a camera and sunscreen with you, as summer in Armenia implies both outdoor activities and passive ones near water. Armenian festivals and events in summer Interesting festivals and holidays take place in Armenia throughout the year, but in summer there are a lot of them. The events are mainly devoted to Armenian traditions and are associated with the local culture. The weather is perfect for meetings and outdoor activities. Regardless of which month you visit Armenia, you can always find exciting festivals happening throughout the country. The themes of these festivals really surprise food, wine, ecotourism, sheep shearing and much more! One day you will be able to try a large assortment of cheeses and over 32 different types of local wine in the centre of Yerevan, and the next day you will find yourself at the amateur mountaineers' competition in Vayots Dzor - all this is included in the program of summer festivals. You can learn more about Armenian festivals and event in 2019. Wonderful seasonal food Armenian cuisine is famous for the presence of seasonal fruits and vegetables. Considering that fresh products play a significant role in traditional Armenian dishes, summer cuisine can offer you a lot. Do not miss the chance to visit the markets of Armenia and try various freshly picked berries, vegetables and fruits. Despite the fact that in Armenia there is a festival dedicated only to watermelons, the most emblematic and favourite fruit of Armenians is apricot. Do not leave Armenia without tasting Armenian apricots, as the fruit is not only of great cultural and historical importance but is very tasty. Extreme tourism in Armenia If you don’t have a relaxed rest by the pool and look forward to new impressions, you’ll be interested to know that Armenia has something to offer you in the frames of extreme tourism. Many people travel to Armenia to enjoy paragliding, hot-air ballooning, mountaineering, zip-line and many others. The fascinating possibilities of extreme rest in the mountains of Armenia are countless. In Armenia, there is not only the longest zip-line in the world but also the only zip-line passing under the bridge! Connecting with the nature of Armenia Armenia is notable for the diversity of its climatic zones. Sometimes the climate is cool, and sometimes it is hot. The countryside of Armenia is famous for its wide forests and light summer weather. Those who want to escape from the hot sun are recommended to visit such cities as Dilijan, Ijevan and Jermuk. Comfortable weather will help you focus on the study of ancient historical monuments, monasteries and temples of Armenia. We are sure that you will get maximum pleasure from the summer holidays spent in Armenia! Take our summer tour - Spirit of Armenia 8 days retreat! Gardman Tour, 03.04.2019
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Armenia is a country of beautiful mountains. And to admire the view, you can go on a road trip, go on a zipline...or take the longest non-stop cable car in the world! Located in Syunik region, this 5.7 km cableway will show you the best of Tatev Monastery, Syunik landscapes and so much more. THE CABLEWAY EXPERIENCE Wings of Tatev (TaTever in Armenian) holds the Guinness World Record for the longest non-stop double track cable car. It is located in Syunik region, about 250 km south from Yerevan. Built in 10 months and installed in 2010, the cableway is fairly new but has already attracted more than 100,000 visitors annually. It connects Halidzor station to Tatev Monastery and lasts for about 12 minutes. It goes over the Vorotan gorge and reaches its maximum altitude of 320 meters. Part of Tatev Revival Project, Wings of Tatev is non-commercial, as its profit goes towards the development of the region and the restoration of Tatev Monastery. TATEV MONASTERY Once you have reached to Tatev Monastery, expect to witness a breathtaking view all around. This 9th century monastery is one of the staples of tourism in Armenia and the ultimate destination for Syunik region. The complex holds a big history inside its walls, namely operating Tatev University in the 14-15th centuries. If you go to the Monastery complex, be sure to pay a visit to Dzit-Han Museum and Photo Exhibition, where you will see an old oil press facility made in the 17th century. This interactive museum will take you through the steps of how the facility worked, and the purpose it served during its time. ACTIVITIES TO DO AROUND There are so many places to see and things to do when you are in this area. If you are interested in hiking, take trails that lead to the gorge to Devil’s Bridge, or to nearby medieval villages such as Old Harjis, Halidzor or Khndzoresk. Fan of the extreme? Try paragliding flights over the Vorotan gorge! Offering different packages with or without transportation, you can choose the best option and spread your wings. The restaurants and local guesthouses are all authentic and won’t disappoint you with their quality. Because of the profit raised through the Revival Project, the area has gone through serious changes, becoming one of the most popular destinations for visitors from around the world. Whether you are a fan of heights, extremes, or just like exploring beautiful landscapes in general, if you visit Armenia, you have to check out Wings of Tatev - the longest non-stop double track cable car. The ultimate way to discover the southern part of the country, this world record winning ropeway will impress you with its views, site attractions and the overall cable car ride experience. For your best vacation package, book your trip now at Caucasus Holidays!
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Due to its geopolitical location with access to Europe and Asia, Armenia is the bearer of European and Eastern cultural traditions, which speaks of its uniqueness. Armenian Culture Armenia is rightfully called one of the cradles of world civilization. At the root of the Armenian culture, you can find the culture of the Urartian civilization. The heritage of Urartu includes fortress cities, cuneiform tablets and irrigation systems unique to the ancient world. In the period of the 4th century BC up to the 3rd century AD Armenian culture developed under the influence of Hellenism. Armenia’s contribution to world culture is impressive. One of the most important components of the Armenian cultural heritage is the unique art of making cross stones - khachkars. Crosses made out of huge stone slabs, symbolizing the victory of Christ over death, are made in Armenia from the 4th century to the present day. The works of the masters of Momik, Vardan and many others can be seen in monasteries throughout Armenia. The largest collection of khachkars can be found in Noratus. Armenian Art In the Middle Ages, the art of painting developed mainly as a miniature book that adorned manuscripts and frescoes. The drawings depicted Christ, the Mother of God and biblical scenes, created on the basis of late Antique traditions. Artists used light and bright colours of yellow, orange and red tones in their artwork. The figures of the saints were depicted in canonical poses according to Christian iconography. Armenian artistic ceramics, fabrics, lace and carpets received worldwide fame. The art of carpet making originated in Armenia in ancient times. Masters made carpets decorated with various patterns, in the plots of which figures of dragons and eagles were used, later they began to use images of a cross and slender trees, as well as floral and geometric patterns. Art Tour in Armenia If you want to take art tour in Armenia, then make sure to pack your things and spend 8 amazing days in the Wake of Armenian Ceramics! Take our interesting and at the same time unique art tour to Armenia and meet with famous Armenian artists and masters, visit Armenian exciting sites of nature and culture, get 8 days of Inspiration!
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You have decided to take a road trip and explore the different sights of Armenia. Only about 1.5-2 hour drive from Yerevan, Yeghegnadzor has so much to offer! So what should you see before you get to city, once you are there, what are the best places to eat and drink, as well as stay a night or two in Yeghegnadzor? WHAT TO SEE Leaning towards the south of the country, Yeghegnadzor weather is usually temperate and mild. It is the center of Vayots Dzor region which stands out for its unusual nature. So as you take the road trip, look around and see the unique composition of rocks and trees on your way. On the road to get to Yeghegnadzor is Areni –a village that is most famous for its wine production history. In any step of the road are sold various homemade wines – starting from flavors of classic grapes to even peach and raspberry. If you are interested in learning more on how wine is made in this region, take a tour at Areni Wine Factory or other wineries in the village. Fun fact – about ten years ago, a 5500 year old leather shoe has been found at one of the caves in Areni, which is believed to be the oldest shoe in the world. Around 5-6 kilometers away from Areni is Noravank – one of the most mesmerizing monasteries you will ever see in Armenia, with a view of the beautiful gorge all around. This ancient monastery was built in the 13th century and what stands out about it are the narrow stairs on church of Surb Astvatsatsin. You need to be brave and really have the nerves to climb through them to get to the second floor. Once you have made it to the city of Yeghegnadzor, you should check out Vayots Dzor History Museum. It’s not big but it’s a very informative place about the region and its stories. Just outside, in Vernashen village is the Gladzor University Historical-Cultural Museum-Reservation, which displays the rich history of one of the oldest universities of Armenia. WHAT TO EAT AND DRINK Right in the city is the famous Yeghegnadzor Food Court. It is a very common stop for travelers that are either going to a place in Vayots Dzor or continuing their road even further to Syunik region and beyond. So, besides finding good food, you are likely to meet many foreigners who are exploring the country just like you. Interested in tasting more wine? Do not miss the chance to have an amazing experience at Old Bridge Winery. You can take a tour at the Winery, and with an amazing view conclude the day with winetasting. The place also offers a B&B (Bed & Breakfast), along with other services. WHERE TO STAY Speaking of places to stay, Yeghegnadzor and the surrounding areas have a variety of hotels to choose from and they also offer many quality B&Bs. If you are looking for a cozy place to be hosted by a family, check out various Bed & Breakfast options, offered by local individuals. These are usually great options, if you are looking to bond with people living in the area, who will tell you amusing insight stories of their beloved region. Vayots Dzor region with the city of Yeghegnadzor is a great weekend getaway, if you are looking to explore more of Armenia’s beautiful nature and an opportunity to make connections with locals & other foreigners. Starting from checking out wineries to talking about the oldest shoe found in a cave, Yeghegnadzor is the perfect option for a road trip. Trust your biggest adventures to the Caucasus Holidays!
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