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Nor Hachn

Nor Hachn

 The town is named Nor Hachn in memory of the Armenian town where a group of local fedayis organized a resistance against the Turkish forces in 1920. Read more

Noyemberyan

Noyemberyan

Noyemberyan (until 1938 – Barana, in 1995 was granted with the status of a town) is located 185 km north-east from Yerevan, 55 km north-west from the... Read more

Metsamor

Metsamor

Metsamor founded in 1969 as a settlement of the Armenia's Metsamor Nuclear Power Plant, not far from the historic Metsamor ancient site, Read more

Meghri

Meghri

 Meghri is the main gate between Armenia and Iran. The name of settlement is meaning “honey town” in the Armenian language. Read more

Masis

Masis

Until 1950 the town was called Ulukhanli. Then, in 1950 it was renamed to Masis. It is  the Armenian name for the peak of Mount Ararat Read more

Martuni

Martuni

Martuni is located in the south-west of Lake Sevan, According to local tradition, here in ancient times there was a healing spring. Read more

Maralik

Maralik

Every year, a mountain deer would willingly approach the Saint Stephen Monastery to be sacrificed. The village was named Maralik in memory of deers. Read more

Kajaran

Kajaran

 Kajaran is a non-ferrous metallurgy center, focused on copper and molybdenum exploitation. The largest mining company  in Armenia is located here Read more

Kapan

Kapan

In 998-1001 Kapan was the capital of the Syunik kingdom. The population of rown has never been homogeneous. There was a special Jewish neighborhood. Read more

Jermuk

Jermuk

Jermuk is one of the major centres for winter sports in Armenia.It is also known as a balneological sanatorium, founded in 1935. Read more

Ijevan

Ijevan

Ijevan City is currently the administrative, industrial, educational and cultural center of the northeastern part of Armenia. Read more

Hrazdan

Hrazdan

 Present-day Hrazdan is home to many churches dating back to the Middle Ages as well as the modern periods. It is located 45 km northeast from Yerevan Read more

Gyumri

Gyumri

 Until 1840, it was known as Gyumri, then, from 1840 – 1924 it was renamed to Alexandrapol, after Tsar Nikolay 1st wife, Princess Charlotte of Prussia... Read more

Goris

Goris

 Goris caves and pyramidal rocks have always attracted the attention of tourists. It is also the capital of Armenia's traditional festivals Read more

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