Armenia is a country where everyone feels at home. Traditions, family values and religion are honoured in this land. Like a magic fairyland with a variety of fabulous wealth, Armenia is full of all wonders!
It is no secret that Armenians have been making wine for over 6,000 years. This astonishing number is backed from meticulous excavations in Areni Cave by Armenian-American and Irish archaeologists back in 2007. It is no secret that Armenians have been making wine for over 6,000 years. This astonishing number is backed from meticulous excavations in Areni Cave by Armenian-American and Irish archaeologists back in 2007.
Everyone knows what a traditional Armenian family is: the father is the head of the family, the wife is a faithful helper, and the children are clever angels. But modern families are different from traditional ones.
March 8 is the brightest, long-awaited, beloved and joyful spring holiday in Armenia! It is possible to decorate this wonderful holiday and make it truly unforgettable by travelling to festive and flourishing Armenia! It is in Armenia that you are welcomed with hospitality, tasty and nourishing food, fresh air filled with the smells of flowering apricots!
Every year on March 8, the whole world celebrates International Women's Day. However, initially this holiday did not appear as a day honouring the females, but as the day of women revolutionaries.
Armenia is a land full of creative people who invent interesting festivals and events, so once you are in Armenia make sure to visit the festivals here.
Barekendan is one of the most ancient Armenian holidays. In the old days, it was celebrated in February - the New Year according to the lunar calendar. It was believed that at this time nature awakens when the festivities took place throughout the country. But for more than a century this holiday was in oblivion. And only in recent years, Barekendan traditions began to revive.
The World Information Technology Forum is going to be held in Armenia on October 6-9, 2019. It will attract more than 2500 visitors from different countries to Armenia.
This holiday is associated with the coming of the Lord after 40 days of his birth. The Armenian Church celebrates this holiday, 40 days after January 6 - February 14th. The main ceremony consists of a lit bonfire, symbolizing the coming of spring.
The Armenians have the opportunity to congratulate the celebration of the lovers twice a year. The first celebration is St. Sargis’ day (the Armenian variation of St. Valentine), and the second one is the well known and favourite St. Valentine's Day.