Armenian landscapes are perfectly created for adventure tourism. Those who are interested in mountain climbing will find many diverse opportunities to hike and climb the beautiful landscapes.
Armenia is home to thousands of thermal hot springs set in the middle of stunning and calming scenery. Hot springs are a great way to relax and enjoy nature and its natural healing elements.
With more than 10,000 caves in the country, there's a cave for every history enthusiast or adventure seeker in Armenia. Learn about ancient civilizations and experience the thrill of exploring natural formations.
Armenia is one of the cradles of ancient science and astronomical knowledge. There is much to see and learn about the development of astronomy in Armenia and how it impacted scientific knowledge throughout the world today.
One of the remaining structures of evidence of ancient Armenian history is its fortresses. Many of Armenia’s fortresses were destroyed by the enemy or by earthquakes, but there are several fortresses that survived that can still be visited today...
June 9, 1992 is the date on which Armenia became one of the member states of UNESCO. As of July 2016, 1,052 sites are listed in the world heritage list: 814 cultural, 203 natural, and 35 mixed properties, within the 165 state parties. Armenia, with its 29,743 square kilometer territory, has a rather long list.
Armenia - rich with culture and traditions preserved for centuries. While some traditions date back thousands of years, like its people, they have evolved to befit the modern age and are still celebrated today. The culture of Armenia encompasses many elements that are based on the geography, language, faith, literature, architecture, dance, and music of the people.
As man appeared in the world, deities and religions appeared as well. Armenia has not only an ancient culture and rich history, but also a centuries-old history of religion.