FRANCOPHONIE DAYS IN ARMENIA 2018

Francophonie is coming to Armenia!Francophonie is an event happening every two years and this year, it is our turn to host the 17th edition of Francophonie summit.THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF…

Continue Reading

Back to School Time in Yerevan

September 1 is an excitement for children, students, parents in Armenia.  Some employers even give a day off to parents who have first grade pupils, because everyone gathers around the…

Continue Reading

The Lovers’ Park, the Everyone’s Park

Photos © Boghossian GardensThe so-called Pushkin park (situated on Baghramyan avenue) used to be one of the most favorite places for many Yerevanians. Huge trees, green areas, merry-go-rounds, happily screaming children,…

Continue Reading

Happy Birthday, Yerevan!!!

On October 14 Yerevan will mark its 2794th anniversary. The history of Yerevan dates back to the 8th century BC, with the founding of the fortress of Erebuni in 782…

Continue Reading

Cascade: the Open-Air Museum

Photos © Cafesjian Center for the ArtsThe so-called Cascade complex, located in the center of Yerevan is the favorite place for many Yerevanians, especially the youth. The complex has passed…

Continue Reading

Yerevan: the Heart of Armenia

View of YerevanDuring the previous months we have managed to talk about different regions, towns and villages in Armenia. However, we never had the chance to talk about the biggest…

Continue Reading

Bagratashen

The village of Bagratashen is located on the Armenian-Georgian border. The Dbet river separates the two countries, with the border crossing just outside the village. Bagratashen was well-known by locals…

Continue Reading