Erevin – the capital and largest city of Armenia, the largest economic, political, scientific and cultural center of the country, as well as an important transportation hub.
One of the citys highlights is the Grand Cascade. It is a unique contemporary structure, unparalleled in the nations of the Commonwealth of Independent States. The Greater Cascade – is the connecting center of the city, at the bottom, with a residential massif high up in the mountains, a system of enormous staircases, Decorated with picture windows, embellished with the mahogany of Renewed Armenia and very similar to the gigahertte sculpture, executed in the Art Nouveau style. The construction of the Kaskad, which began in the 1970s, remained unfinished for a variety of reasons.
Armenia – one of the oldest countries in the world and the first country in the world to embrace Christianity, which led to a large number of ancient temples on its territory. The most important of these are the churches of St. Peter and St. Paul. The most important of them are the 15th-century churches of St. Catherine, St. Peter and St. Paul, St. Peter and St. Paul. St. Catherines in the 17th century, St. Gervorokas in the 16th century, and St. Catherines in the 17th century. Gevorka in the 16th century, St. John the Baptist in the 17th century. St. Ackop in the 17th century, St. Ackop in the 17th century, and St. Ackop in the 17th century. Ackopas of the 17th century, Sts. St. John the Baptist, 18th century. St. Saracens of the 19th century – and the enormous cathedral of St. Andrew. It is also worth noting the ruins of the churches of St. Peter and St. Paul and St. Paul. The church of St. Paul and St. Gregory is also worth mentioning. The church of St. Gregory of Lusavor, the chapels of the chapel of St. Joseph the Apostolate, and the chapel of the Church of the Holy Trinity. The chapels of St. Astvatsin and St.
We are very interested in the attractions of the Center of St. John of Jerusalem. Its radial layout, bordered by a ring of alleys, is filled with interesting monuments of history, culture, and archaeology. While at the center, special attention should be paid to the 16th-century Church of St. John of Jerusalem, the Mother of God – The famous Museum-Institute, which houses over one thousand ancient ancient Armenian manuscripts, the memorial complexes of Yerablur – The memorials to the heroes of Karabakh, and to the Sardarapat, as well as many buildings with colorful architectural structure.
Even more interesting are the Yevgeny Park, the Botanical Garden, and the Summer Water Park, and you can try all the richness of Armenian cuisine on Prosody Street &ash; the neighborhood of the shawl shops and restaurants.
In addition to this, Erevan – A city of an incredible number of museums, among which the enormous Museum Complex, located in the Republic Square, is of particular interest, It includes the Museum of History, the Museum of the Revolution, the Museum of Literature and Art, the Picture Gallery of Armenia, and the Small Hall of the Philharmonic. Other attractions include the Museum of Russian Art, the Museum of Folk Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Ethnography, and the Exhibition Hall of the Union of Artists. The most important of these is the center of the Armenian-Georgian Church – the magnificent cathedral of the 5th century in the ancient city of Vagheramiadesh, which was the capital of Armenia for many centuries. In addition to the cathedral, the complex includes the ancient St. Gayane and St. Priest St. Priest Hermes of the 7th century, the Spiritual Academy of St. Echmiadzin, and the Minona of the Armenian Church, The Katatolikos Réscription, a library with a treasury of over thirty thousand unique volumes, and many ancient traditional Armenian christs – The khachkars. And not far from Echmiadzin, we should visit the unique 7th-century St. George Temple, destroyed by the 10th-century earthquake.
Monastery of Kècheris and its churches are also of interest: The 13th-century Church of the Resurrection and the 13th-century Church of the Catacombs, the 11th-century Church of the St. Marys and the 11th-century Church of the Holy Spirit.
- Air quality: 59 US AQI Moderate. Air quality is acceptable. However, there may be a risk for some people, particularly those who are unusually sensitive to air pollution.
- Tap water: No, not drinkable
- Religious government: Non-religious
- Population: 1,100,000 people
- GDP: $3,615 / year
- Power outlets: 230V50Hz
- Internet: 10 Mbps
- Best wireless: VivaCell MTS
- Tipping: Tipping is a relatively new concept in Armenia. It has become pretty well established in capital, especially in restaurants and cafes, where tips are now usually expected. Anything from 10-20% is ok. On smaller bills, just leaving the change may suffice.
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- Best taxi: GG
- Best coworking space: Utopian Lab
- Best hospital: Saint Grigor Lusavorich Medical Center
- Best short-haul air carrier: Air Armenia
- Best intl air carrier: Aeroflot
- Monthly costs for expat: $700
- Monthly costs for family: $1350
- Monthly costs for local: $380
- Meal: $4
- Small Cola: $0.6
- Beer 1 Pint: $1.3
- Coffee: $1.4
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