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Soviet Modernist Architecture in Armenia - Private Tour

Soviet Modernist Architecture in Armenia - Private Tour - Yerevan, Armenia

Duration: 3 days
Location: Yerevan, Armenia

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$480.00

Among all the old historical and cultural attractions in Armenia Soviet Heritage stands out in a different way. We aim to valorise Soviet Modernism Architecture in Armenia.

A 3-day-tour to discover the most famous and extraordinary architectural solutions in Armenia inherited from USSR era ... More info ›

Among all the old historical and cultural attractions in Armenia Soviet Heritage stands out in a different way. We aim to valorise Soviet Modernism Architecture in Armenia.

A 3-day-tour to discover the most famous and extraordinary architectural solutions in Armenia inherited from USSR era. Armenia is  the perfect country that shows off its Soviet Modernist Architecture…

Day 1

Today we are going to start our tour by visiting the most well-known buildings in Yerevan. Starting from the heart of Yerevan Republic Square we take the metro and get off at Yeritasardakan Metro Station.

We visit Komitas Chamber Music House built in 1977 and walk down Khanjian street to visit Tigran Petrosyan Chess House built in 1971. Our next stop of the day will be the Rossiya Cinema the largest cinema in Armenia of its time that accommodated 2500 visitors, built between 1968 and 1975.

After soviet style lunch we head to Cascade Complex built between 1971 and 1980. Today it is a home of Modern Art and Museums. Then we go to Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concerts Complex (the twin of Sydney Opera House) built in 1983, situated next to the Genocide Memorial and Museum.

The last stop of the day will be the old building of Zvartnots International Airport inaugurated in 1980.

Day 2

The Second day we start with a visit to Abovyan Town which is just 25 kilometres far from Yerevan. In Abovyan we discover a strange Seagull Statue built in 1960.

Our next stop of the day is in Hrazdan Town where we visit the Central Bus Station that has a form of umbrella.

Having lunch by the Lake Sevan we visit the Summer Residence of Armenian Poets and Writers built in 1969

Return back to Yerevan.

Day 3

After we start our day by heading to Byurakan village where one of the most famous observatories in the whole Soviet Union is situated. Byurakan Observatory was founded in 1945 by Viktor Hambardzumyan one of the greatest scientists and astrophysics of his times.

After having lunch near the village we head to Aparan Town and visit Bash Aparan Memorial erected in 1979. The monument is devoted to the victory battle against the Ottomans

Return back to Yerevan.

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Workshop of Sculpture, Stone-Carving, Clay, Gypsum - Private Tour in Vanadzor

Workshop of Sculpture, Stone-Carving, Clay, Gypsum - Private Tour in Vanadzor - Yerevan, Armenia

Duration: 1 day
Location: Yerevan, Armenia

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$280.00

Our Art Tour is for those who are interested in having a workshop of stone-carving, working with clay and gypsum. Our virtuoso master will show you the process of creating Armenian cross stones (khachkar) ... More info ›

Our Art Tour is for those who are interested in having a workshop of stone-carving, working with clay and gypsum. Our virtuoso master will show you the process of creating Armenian cross stones (khachkar). Perfect for families with children.

This tour is for all kinds of travellers, particularly for those who travel in Armenia with children. With our master children are really excited and happy making something by their own and this is highly appreciated by parents seeing their children in action.

From Yerevan we take the road to Lori region, Vanadzor. On the way from Yerevan to Vanadzor we will have a little stop at the most famous bakery in Armenia in Aparan Town to witness a real show of bread-baking. Then we will continue our route to visit the workshop of one of the renowned cross stone sculptors in Armenia in Vanadzor City. The virtuoso master will give sculpture class of designing and carving the stone (Armenian tufa) and will show you the technics and the secrets of working with it.

Secondly he will show you how to make sculptures from clay and will let you do one yourselves. Then he will show you how to transform your own sculptures into gypsum. The sculptures made by you will be your gift made by your own hands.

The tour takes around 2-3 hours and we go back to Yerevan.

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Surreal Yerevan

Surreal Yerevan - Yerevan, Armenia

Duration: 5 to 6 hours
Location: Yerevan, Armenia

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$50.00

A side of Yerevan, you haven’t seen, people you haven’t met, experiences you haven’t had. Being in Surreal Yerevan never felt so real.
We open doors which take you deeper into Yerevan living with a surreal twist ... More info ›

A side of Yerevan, you haven’t seen, people you haven’t met, experiences you haven’t had. Being in Surreal Yerevan never felt so real.
We open doors which take you deeper into Yerevan living with a surreal twist. Our unique guide is more like a movie personality, who will not only explain things to you but will also “narrate” what you should do.
The tour will start right in the middle of the Republic Square, yeah, there’s no way to miss it, right in the middle.
The first task is at the Persian Consulates office where you can admire the picturesque frescoes and travel through time with a special time machine.

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Pass By: Juva Tours, 38 Saryan street, Yerevan 0002 Armenia

Juva Tours

Stop At: The Armenian National Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet named after Alexander Spendiaryan, Tumanyan O. str. 54, Yerevan 0002 Armenia

Opera House

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Flow House Yerevan, 5, Pirumyanner street, Երևան 0054, Armenia

Chess House

Duration: 40 minutes

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Private Tour to Lake Sevan, Dilijan, Goshavank and Haghartsin monasteries

Private Tour to Lake Sevan, Dilijan, Goshavank and Haghartsin monasteries - Yerevan, Armenia

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Yerevan, Armenia

From USD
$155.00

We invite you to take part in this 9 hours excursion which is conducted on comfortable vehicles equipped with air conditioning, accompanied by qualified guides. We will visit Lake Sevan - one of the largest freshwater high- altitude lakes in the world, Dilijan with it's famous Sharamberyan Street, and the jewels of Tavush Region Haghartsin and Goshavank Monasteries ... More info ›

We invite you to take part in this 9 hours excursion which is conducted on comfortable vehicles equipped with air conditioning, accompanied by qualified guides. We will visit Lake Sevan - one of the largest freshwater high- altitude lakes in the world, Dilijan with it's famous Sharamberyan Street, and the jewels of Tavush Region Haghartsin and Goshavank Monasteries. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.

Take trip to Lake Sevan; the largest lake in Armenia and the Caucasus region. It is one of the largest freshwater high- altitude lakes in the world. Lake Sevan is situated in the central part of the Republic of Armenia, in the Gegharkunik Province, at the altitude of 1,900 m (6,200 ft) above sea level. The total surface area of its basin is about 5,000 km2 (1,900 sq mi), the lake itself is 940 km2, and the volume is 34.0 billion m3. It is fed by 28 rivers and streams.   

At the northwestern shore of Lake Sevan on a peninsula you will see a monastic complex Sevanavank. Initially the monastery was built at the southern shore of a small island. After the artificial draining of Lake Sevan the water level fell about 20 metres, and the island transformed into a peninsula. The monastery of Sevanavank was founded in 874 by Princess Mariam, the daughter of Ashot I(who became a king a decade later).

Heading to Dilijan. Mild climate and gorgeous nature made this town well known as a beautiful resort. Passing by the city, visit the famous Sharamberyan Street. Dilijan usually is called Little Switzerland by the locals.

Haghartsin Monastery was built between the 10th and 13th centuries (in the 12th under Khachatur of Taron); much of it under the patronage of the Bagratuni Dynasty.

Then we will continue our tour to Goshavank which is a 12th- or 13th-century Armenian monastery located in the village of Gosh. Goshavank was erected in the place of an older monastery once known as Nor Getik, which had been destroyed by an earthquake in 1188. Mkhitar Gosh, a statesman, scientist and author of numerous fables and parables as well as the first criminal code, took part in the rebuilding of the monastery. At Goshavank, Mkhitar Gosh founded a school. One of its alumni, an Armenian scientist by the name of Kirakos Gandzaketsi wrote The History of Armenia. The architect Mkhitar the Carpenter and his disciple Hovhannes also took an active part in the building of the monastery. The complex was later renamed Goshavank and the village named Gosh in his honor.

The monastery of Haghartsin, together with Goshavank, may become part of a natural site based on the state protected area of Dilijan National Park, an important forest in north-eastern Armenia.

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Private Tour to Khor Virap, Areni Cave, Winery (wine degustation), Noravank

Private Tour to Khor Virap, Areni Cave, Winery (wine degustation), Noravank - Yerevan, Armenia

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Yerevan, Armenia

From USD
$155.00

We invite you to take part in this 7 hours excursion which is conducted on comfortable vehicles equipped with air conditioning, accompanied by qualified guides. We will visit the most famous pilgrimage site of the Armenian Apostolic Church - Monastery Khor Virap, will participate in degustation of wine in Areni Winery and in the end of the trip will have chance to be in the monastic complex of Noravank ... More info ›

We invite you to take part in this 7 hours excursion which is conducted on comfortable vehicles equipped with air conditioning, accompanied by qualified guides. We will visit the most famous pilgrimage site of the Armenian Apostolic Church - Monastery Khor Virap, will participate in degustation of wine in Areni Winery and in the end of the trip will have chance to be in the monastic complex of Noravank. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.

Take trip to Khor Virap Monastery (IV-XVIII th cc.). This monastery is very prominent because of its history: Gregory the Illuminator, who introduced Christianity to Armenia, has been imprisoned here about 13 years as at that time there was a prison in the place of the monastery. Here we can enjoy the spectacular view of the sacred Ararat Mountain - an immortal symbol of Armenia.

After this we will continue our tour to Areni village where located T'rchunneri (Birds) Cave and Areni Winery. The excavation is located above the Arpa River, inside a Karst Cavern made from tens of thousands of years of mineral water dripping into limestone crevices; it consists of three rooms or halls, the first two of which are connected by passageways. There are also niches and “basement” and “attic” floors opening upward and downward from the first room. The total area of the cave is about 500 square meters. 2007-2008 excavations of the first room and surrounding area uncovered layers of material culture dating to different periods of the Copper (chalcolithic) and Stone Ages. Based on the results of radiocarbon examination, samples taken from these layers (bone fragments, coal, fabric pieces, seeds and other organic residues) are traced back to late 5th- early 4th millennium BCE.

At the Areni winery you will try different sorts of wine and will have chance to buy souvenirs and wine.

Heading to Noravank, a monastery of XIII century, situated among amazing sheer rocks on the bench of a twisty gorge. The monastic complex includes the church of S. Karapet, S. Grigor chapel with a vaulted hall, and the church of S. Astvatsatsin (Holy Mother of God). Ruins of various civil buildings and khachkars are found both inside and outside of the compound walls. Noravank was the residence of the Orbelian princes. The architect Siranes and the miniature painter and sculptor Momik worked here in the latter part of the thirteenth and early fourteenth century. This is the only monastery where we may find a unique sculpture of Father God. The monastery is best known for its two-storey Surb Astvatsatsin (Holy Mother of God) church, which grants access to the second floor by way of a narrow stone-made staircase jutting out from the face of building.

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New Year in Armenia - 7 days

New Year in Armenia - 7 days - Yerevan, Armenia

Duration: 7 days
Location: Yerevan, Armenia

From USD
$715.00

Celebrate New Year 2019 in colorful Armenia. Get acquainted with the history of the country, which first in the world adopted Christianity as an official religion.

Day 1 – City Tour (Dec ... More info ›

Celebrate New Year 2019 in colorful Armenia. Get acquainted with the history of the country, which first in the world adopted Christianity as an official religion.

Day 1 – City Tour (Dec. 31) Arrival to the capital of Armenia – Yerevan city. Transfer from Zvartnots Airport to Hotel.

City Tour: Driving to the Victory Park, Statue of Mother Armenia, Cascade, Opera House and Republic Square. Visiting also Tsitsernakaberd Memorial complex devoted to the victims of Armenian Genocide. Lunch. Visiting New Year Market on the Northern Avenue. Free time. New Year Celebration in club or restaurant with beautiful show.

Day 2 – New Year in Yerevan (Jan. 1) Free Day

Day 3 – Mountains (Jan. 2) Driving to Kotayk province and visitind a Cave Monastery of Holy lance Geghard, which was built in the 13th century. From 2000 monastery is included in Unesco Heritage list. Tour to pagan temple Garni – the only one that remain on the territory of Armenia after declaration the Christianity as a main religion in 301. The temple was constructed in 77 AD and is devoted to the God of the Sun Mitra. Lunch near Garni village in a villager’s house. Ceremony of baking lavash in tonir.

Day 4 - Ararat Valley (Jan. 3) Heading to Khor Virap Monastery with a spectacular view to Bible mountain – Ararat 5135 m. On the territory of monastery are located two prisons. In this prison was tortured and kept Gregory the Illuminator who spend here more than 13 years. After heading to the South of country and visiting Noravank monastery complex constructed in 13-14th. Nearby is located a Bird’s cave where in 2008 the oldest shoe in the world was discovered. Wine degustation in Areni wine village. Lunch in Ljak restaurant.

Day 5 - Nature (Jan. 4) Driving to Gegharqunik region, where is located lake Sevan, the pearl of our country. Lake Sevan is the biggest water covered area in Armenia and the highest lake in Caucasus. On the peninsula of the lake, you will be able to see two churches constructed in 9th century, which are symbolizing the victory of Armenians during Arab invasion. Heading to ski resort Tsaghadzor, located on the 1750 m. above the sea level. You can rent skies, motor bikes, explore mountains. The city is located in gorge and the name of the city is translated like a gorge of flowers. Lunch.

Day 6 - Pilgrimage (Jan. 5) Visiting one of 12 old capitals of Armenia Vagharshapat city, now renamed as Echmiadzin. Echmiadzin is the center of Christianity in Armenia and the residence of the Head of the church. Cathedral of Holy Mother of God(4th century) is the main sightseeing place here. Driving to St. Hripsime and St. Gayane churches. After going to ruins of Zvartnots temple, which constructed in 7th century as a new residence for the Head of the church. Also included in Unesco's Heritage list. Evening Christmas celebration according to Armenian tradition.

Day 7 - Departure to Airport (Jan. 6)

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