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The Hidden Track

Dreaming about a captivating destination with hidden wonders? You've hit the spot!

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Natural splendor, ancient history, modern adventure, delectable wine and food - all easily within reach!

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Breathtaking Sights

The Wings Of Tatev is the world's longest reversible aerial tramway, measuring 5,752 meters (18,871 feet) in length, and takes passengers up to the historic Tatev Monastery over the ancient village of Tatev and the stunning canyon below.

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Historic Center Of Winemaking

The Armenian plateau and lower Caucasus regions are historically known as the birthplace of winemaking. Armenia is also home to the oldest discovered winery, the Areni-1 cave, dating back 6,100 years.

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Unique Alphabet

The Armenian language has its very own unique alphabet with a total of 39 letters. One of the oldest writing scripts in the world, it was codified by Armenian linguist and monk Mesrop Mashtots in 405 AD.

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Ancient Footwear

If fashion is your thing, you’ll be delighted to learn that the oldest leather shoe was discovered in Armenia 5,500 years ago and is currently on exhibit at the Armenian History Museum. But don’t worry - contemporary handcrafted Armenian leather shoes are also widely available in Yerevan, making them the ideal souvenir or keepsake.

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Older Than Rome

Yerevan, Armenia's capital city, is one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. It is over 2,800 years old–older than Rome–and was formerly known as Erebuni, with the ancient fortress within the city limits.

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Pillar Of Christianity

Home to many Church fathers, patron saints of Europe, and celebrated theologians, Armenia is the first nation to accept Christianity as its state religion when King Tiridates III converted the entire nation in 301 AD.

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Breathtaking Sights

The Wings Of Tatev is the world's longest reversible aerial tramway, measuring 5,752 meters (18,871 feet) in length, and takes passengers up to the historic Tatev Monastery over the ancient village of Tatev and the stunning canyon below.

DSC09722-min

Historic Center Of Winemaking

The Armenian plateau and lower Caucasus regions are historically known as the birthplace of winemaking. Armenia is also home to the oldest discovered winery, the Areni-1 cave, dating back 6,100 years.

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Unique Alphabet

The Armenian language has its very own unique alphabet with a total of 39 letters. One of the oldest writing scripts in the world, it was codified by Armenian linguist and monk Mesrop Mashtots in 405 AD.

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Ancient Footwear

If fashion is your thing, you’ll be delighted to learn that the oldest leather shoe was discovered in Armenia 5,500 years ago and is currently on exhibit at the Armenian History Museum. But don’t worry - contemporary handcrafted Armenian leather shoes are also widely available in Yerevan, making them the ideal souvenir or keepsake.

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Older Than Rome

Yerevan, Armenia's capital city, is one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. It is over 2,800 years old–older than Rome–and was formerly known as Erebuni, with the ancient fortress within the city limits.

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Pillar Of Christianity

Home to many Church fathers, patron saints of Europe, and celebrated theologians, Armenia is the first nation to accept Christianity as its state religion when King Tiridates III converted the entire nation in 301 AD.

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Interesting facts

A few awesome facts about The Hidden Track!

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Winter Holidays in Armenia

Armenia welcomes everyone this winter season! There are plenty of fun and exciting activities to choose from.

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Getting to Know Kond

It is astonishing to realize that the current urban fabric of Kond has remained the same for centuries and that the streets have preserved the same layout since the 17th century.

Explore Armenia through the interactive map

Find the coolest 'off-the-beaten-track' spots to plan your best holiday your way!

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