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About my travel in Armenia

Filed in Armenia by on April 5, 2012 0 Comments

travel in Armenia

travel in Armenia

Armenia is a country in the Caucasus area that borders Turkey to the west, north to Georgia, Nagorno-Karabakh and Azerbaijan in the east, and Iran and the Nakhchivan enclave in the South.

I loved my stay in this country, because it has a lot of mystique and a very spiritual environment in the monasteries scattered in the mountains. I crossed the country’s first direction Nagorno Karabakh and again for the second time up to Georgia again.

I drove an old Moskvitch car in the Rally Caucasian Challenge back in 2008. Unique experience and I would strongly recommend to do and participate.

I visited several monasteries such as Haghpat Monastery, the Goshavank Monastery and the Monastery Sevan. I drove into the mountains to enter the forbidden zone of Nagorno-Karabakh – a place of conflict, military zone and is usually restricted to civilians.

Map of my trips in Armenia, Armenia Map

You can navigate this map with the arrows on the left to zoom, pull to the side and choose how you want to display the map: Land, Map or Satellite (buttons on right side).

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