Armenian kitchen is the tastiest reason to travel to Armenia. There are hundreds of unique restaurants, entertainment halls and fast food places all around the country and beyond its border that will serve delicious Armenian dishes.
One of the Armenian national kitchens called Karas was recognized as 5th best that will serve full meal for under USD10. The rivals were similar fast food places in Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Moldova and other CIS member states.
The rating has been done by Travel.ru website. It is based on the tourist reviews about those venues in the internet and tourist agencies.
Another interesting fact is that the word karas (in Armenian: կարաս) means a jug. A jug is a very important part of pottery making in ancient Armenia, because it makes a perfect place for storing cereals, meat and even wine.
Among the best are fast food chains Taikazan (Kazakhstan), Tubetey and Teremok (Russia).
The technology in Armenia has always been on high grounds. Armenian scientists played a key role in creating the first computer in the USSR, invented numerous technological devices such as the MRI, automatic gearbox and the mobile version of dialysis machine.
The products will run on latest version of Android, will be more powerful then iPhone and more affordable then Samsung. Lovers to selfie will appreciate the 8MP front camera. With 32GB of storage space (with the possibility to increase) you will not soon run out of space. The phones have two SIM card slots. There are even models with a cover made of glass!
Germany joined the growing group of states with high moral values and recognized the Armenian Genocide. Disregarding the immense pressure from Turkey, Germany stays loyal to its history and builds a bright future based on truth and fairness.
The important part of the recognition is that Germany confesses in being an accomplice in committing the Armenian Genocide, which is a huge step towards global recognition and compensation of the moral and physical loss.
When planning the Holocaust, Adolf Hitler pointed to the impunity of such terrible crimes by the infamous phrase “Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?” Well, the answer is Germany.
DreamArmenia team appreciates the German nation and the government of Germany for this rightful decision and hopes that more countries will choose truth over politics.
Legendary pianist, “Grammy” laureate Mikhail Pletnev will perform in Yerevan on May 10. The concert will start at 19:30. Some of the best works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Edvard Grieg and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart are included in the program.
For tickets and more information please contact Armine Arabyan, Social Networks Coordinator at +374 93 51 93 28 or visit the website.
Every true expert around the world recognizes the glorious taste of the divine beverage. During its long life Armenian brandy has received many high prizes.
During the 16thAnnual San Francisco World Spirits Competition (SFWSC) Yerevan Brandy Company’s 10-year-old Akhtamar was recognized as the best and received the gold medal. Also the same company’s 5-star Ararat brandy received the silver medal.
Started in 2000 SFWSC has grown to become one of the most influential competitions in the world. This year some 1850 spirits competed for the highest title.
Akhtamar Brandy has been in production since 1967. It is exported to over 30 countries in Europe, America and Asia. So next time you want the best brandy in the world, have some Akhtamar.
The Armenian Genocide started on April 24, 1915 throughout the Ottoman Empire. Millions of peaceful population of Armenians, Assyrians, Yazidis and other national minorities have been forced out of their homes to be killed during the death marches or through inhumane tortures planned and organized by the Ottoman Empire. 1.5 million Armenian men, women, elders and children were brutally killed during the Armenian Genocide.
Today, after more than a century, the current Turkish government denies the fact of Armenian Genocide and imprisons the brave citizens who would talk about it, thus trying to seal shut the dark years of its own history.
However, a lie has short legs and sooner or later Turkey will recognize the Armenian Genocide and deal with the consequences.
This one is for all thrill lovers. At Yell Extreme Park they just opened a new zipline. This is particularly interesting because this feature will allow you to fly with your friend side by side doubling the fun.
Yell Extreme Park is located in Yenokavan village in Tavush Marz. You can get to the closest city Ijevan by a bus or a taxi. The location is very mountainous which allows you to zip over the mountains at a height of about 300 meters.
Armenia has several notable names in circus industry, the most vivid of them being Leonid Yengibaryan. His art is impressive even by today’s standards. Many of his tricks were firsts not only in the former USSR but the whole world.
However, the Circus Building was not so fortunate. Initially it was constructed in 1930s from wood. Later in 1939 Nikoghayos Butanyan constructed a new building for 800 spectators. Once again the building was completely renovated in 1962 by Vagharshak Belubekian, who decreased the audience size to 700.
Ever since the building was not renovated. The urgent need for a new and modern building was evident. After several changes in the initial drawings, the officials say that the new building will have 2500 seats and will be completed in October of 2017.
It is also important to mention that the first fight of the championship Boranyan won by 8:0. And then in the 1/8 finals he won by the same result 8:0. 1/4 finals – 8:2. Semi finals 2:1 and finals 3:0. These are incredible results.
DreamArmenia team congratulates Varsham Boranyan and wishes him endless victories.
Armenians are proud to be one of the oldest nations in the world. They have been living in the Armenian Highland since the beginning of their long and brave history, during which they have had 13 capitals.
This fact has not passed unnoticed by one of the most respectable and popular newspapers in the world – The Telegraph. In its recent publication The Telegraph ranked Yerevan as one of 16 oldest cities of Europe. Numerous invaders who attacked the city are also noted in the report. Interestingly, the majority of them do not exist anymore.
Nowadays, Yerevan flourishes and each year welcomes tourists of almost half of its own population.