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Yerevan Երևան, Armenia
Republic Square Երևան, Armenia
Cascade Երևան, Armenia
Lake Sevan Գեղարքունիքի մարզ, Armenia
Garni Pagan Temple Կոտայքի մարզ, Armenia
Geghard Monastery Արարատի մարզ, Armenia
Zvartnots Cathedral Վաղարշապատ, Armenia
Zvartnots International Airport Արմավիրի մարզ, Armenia
Tsaghkadzor Կոտայքի մարզ, Armenia
Tsitsernakaberd Երևան, Armenia
Republic Square which is located in the center of Yerevan and is considered one of the most amazing and famous sightseeing of the capital. Also called “the heart of Yerevan,” it is a favorite destination for tourists.
The building that now houses the Cafesjian Center for the Arts is well known to the Armenian people, especially those living in its capital city of Yerevan. Known as “The Cascade,” the complex was originally conceived by the architect Alexander Tamanyan (1878–1936). Tamanyan desired to connect the northern and central parts of the city with a vast green area of waterfalls and gardens, cascading down one of the city’s highest promontories. Unfortunately, the plan remained largely forgotten until the late 1970s, when it was revived by Yerevan’s Chief Architect, Jim Torosyan.
Lake Sevan is a large, high-altitude lake in eastern Armenia. It’s known for its sandy beaches and cool water. Lake Sevan taking up over 5% of Armenia’s surface and about 71.7 km far from Yerevan. One of the best hobbies there is jet-ski along the lake.
Garni is remarkable with a number of historical and architectural monuments of the Hellenistic and early Christian era. The most prominent among them are Garni temple and the fortress of the same name. Moreover, there you will find the ruins of the royal palace and baths built according to the Roman methodology. The temple was built in conformity with the canons of classical Greek architecture and outwardly is very similar to the well-known Temple of Athena in Greece . The temple’s facade is decorated by 24 slender Ionian columns crowned by the roof with a triangular pediment.