Spend your Christmas holidays in Armenia

Armenia is the first nation to accept Christianity, so Armenians stay true to the first date chosen for Christmas. The good news about the birth of Christ is celebrated in the Armenian churches with a special care and love.  Let’s learn more about Christmas in Armenia. Armenian Christmas date Armenians celebrate Christmas on January 6 unlike the rest of the world (at the beginning of the 4th century, the Roman church moved Christmas to December 25th). The feast in Armenia begins on January 5 at 17:00 and lasts until midnight. Armenian…

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Armenian New Year Ancient Traditions

New-year-in-armenia

Armenians are one of the most ancient peoples of the world. And the celebration of the New Year among Armenians also has too many traditions. According to some Armenian ethnographers, the New Year in the Armenian tradition is a symbol of the renewal and rethinking of the past. The ancient Armenians had a very interesting and thoughtful cycle of New Year’s customs and beliefs, some of which are still preserved in Armenian villages. The new year was considered and is considered an opportunity to start all over again, to rethink the mistakes…

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Armenia Travel Blog for Filipinos

Armenia – a land full of boundless skies and magnificent history, where everyone is ready to welcome you with the warm hospitability. If you are a Filipino and if you are going to visit Armenia, we have good news for you: here is a guide which will help you to make your visit to Armenia easier. Armenia travel blog for Filipino Here we are going to represent to your attention some questions concerning Armenia for Filipinos. How much does it cost to go to Armenia for Filipino Armenia is not…

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“Museum Week” to be held in Armenia

On November 8-14, Armenia will be home for a cycle of events within the framework of the “Week of Museums”. This was reported by Marina Aroyan, Chairman of the Armenian National Committee at ICOM (The International Council of Museums). The program was developed by the International Council of Museums (ICOM), the Association of Museum Employees and Friends and the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU). “The rapidly changing world requires rethinking about the meaning of cultural objects, including museums, which need direct contact with their visitors and society as a whole.…

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The first smart park in Yerevan

Two new areas are now open for the people in Yerevan. Mayor of Yerevan Hayk Marutyan got acquainted with the conditions and possibilities of the new parks. The park was full of benches, children’s games, a swimming pool and a public toilet. Lighting of the recreation area is provided by modern energy-saving lamps. The park is also adapted for people with disabilities, ramps are built in different parts of the park. The park, built on the territory adjacent to the historical-archaeological museum-reserve “Erebuni”, is a gift from the Badalyan family…

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