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      Yerevan, a sweet blend of ancient and modern

      Yerevan, one of the world’s oldest continuously inhabited cities, is the capital and largest city of Armenia. Situated in the Caucasus, for several centuries Armenia was ruled by many different empires, such as the Persian, the Ottoman and the Russian empire, before becoming independent in 1991.

      The national symbol of the Armenian people is most definitely Mount Ararat. This snow-capped sleeping volcano, located in the eastern extremity of Turkey and visible from everywhere in Yerevan, is considered a sacred mountain by Armenians. According to the Bible, Noah’s Ark came to rest on the Mountains of Ararat after the great flood and subsequent receding of the waters.

      Over the last couple of decades, Yerevan has expanded rapidly to become Armenia’s administrative, cultural and industrial centre. With the growth of the economy, the city has been undergoing major reconstruction and has been transformed into a modern and vibrant city. Most of its buildings are made from volcanic rocks in different shades of pink, giving the city a unique atmosphere.


      Panoramic view and monuments


      Yerevan must-sees include:

      • The Cascade Complex, a giant stairway surrounded by waterfalls and gardens housing the Cafesjian Center for the Arts, dedicated to the best of Armenian contemporary art.
      • The State Opera House, surrounded by parks, cafés and shops.
      • The Republic Square, the city’s main square surrounded by world-class museums and 7 fountains, is the living heart of Yerevan day and night.
      • The Genocide Memorial and Museum, built in 1967 on the hill of Tsitsernakaberd.
      • The Saint-Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral, the largest Armenian church in the world and an impressive example of Armenian architecture. If you want to know more about the religious history of Armenia, visit the Khor Virap Monastery, one of the most popular destinations in the country located 30km south of Yerevan.

      City centre


      Together with the most amazing luxury hotels, a great shopping experience and the best nightlife with pubs, cafes and restaurants staying open until the early morning, Yerevan will surely surprise you with an unforgettable trip. And don’t forget to say goodbye to this “pink capital” with a brandy tasting session at the Yerevan Brandy Company!