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The site contains the sights of Dilijan - photos, descriptions and travel tips. The list is based on popular guides and is presented by type, name and rating. Here you will find answers to questions: what to see in Dilijan, where to go and where there are popular and interesting places of Dilijan.

Haghartsin Monastery

Haghartsin Monastery is located in the Tavush region of Armenia, in the forested valley of the Ijevan Range. The monastery got its name thanks to the ancient village of Haghartsin, from which at present only ruins remain. Monastic buildings were erected in the X-XIII century.

The monastery complex includes three churches: Surb Astvatsatsin, Surb Grigor and Surb Stepanos. The refectory and the remains of the tomb of the royal family of Bagratids have also survived to this day. In addition, the monastery has khachkars.

The oldest monastery building is the Surb Grigor church, built around the X-XI century. In the XII-XIII centuries, a rectangular narthex was attached to it, the remains of which have survived to this day. The main church of the monastery complex is the church of Astvatsatsin, built in 1281. This cross-domed church has a dome with 16 faces, on its eastern facade is a bas-relief depicting two people in monastic clothes. The small church of Surb Stepanos was erected in 1244. The refectory, which was built by the architect Minas in 1248, is of interest. Next to it are the ruins of the kitchen.

In the Middle Ages there was a monastery school on the territory of the monastery, in which they taught both spiritual and secular disciplines, as well as music. Currently, the monastery is active.

Dilijan National Park

Dilijan National Park is located in Armenia, in the Tavush region, in the upper basin of the Agstev River. It covers an area of ​​about 28,000 hectares. The park was created in 1958 with the aim of protecting the animal and plant worlds. On the territory of the park there are many mountain ranges covered with forests, whose heights range from 1100 meters to 2800 meters above sea level.

The park has picturesque lakes: Parzlich, Zhangotlich, Bachnilich, Gosh and others. There are many mineral springs here. In addition, in the park you can see rocks, caves, ancient monuments, such as the monasteries of Goshavank, Haghartsin, Matosavank, ancient cemeteries, the remains of ancient settlements and khachkars. The city of Dilijan is located in the park.

Various types of trees grow in the park, among which hornbeams, beeches, yews and oaks, maples and ash trees predominate. Here you can find rare and endangered plant species, including leafless chin, limodorum underdeveloped, hairy halotis, yellow grouse, and others. The wildlife of the park is rich and diverse. Mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians live here. The park has foxes, wolves, brown bears, sika deer, wild boars, roe deer, golden eagles, black kites, quail, hemp, gray partridges, white-headed vultures, water and common snakes, medium and rocky lizards, as well as many other representatives of the animal world.

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Craftsman Street

The city center is located on the right bank of the Agstev River, its residential neighborhoods and shops are concentrated here. There is also a restored quarter of historical buildings, with typical architectural elements for Dilijan - attics, wooden balconies with carved railings, carved platbands of windows and doors.

The old quarter is also called the street of artisans. In this quarter, the traditional life of the townspeople is also being recreated - artisans work, cafes, bakeries, and sell souvenirs.

Here you can not only buy souvenirs, but also make them yourself. Local masters teach everyone the basics of pottery, and tourists can take the finished vase with them as a souvenir.

On the left bank of the river there is a resort area, in addition to sanatoriums, quite a lot of rest houses and pensions are built here. A large forest park with an area of ​​about 40 hectares is used for hiking and outdoor activities.

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Goshavank (Nor Getik)

Goshavank medieval monastery complex was one of the largest spiritual and educational centers of Armenia. It was erected in 1188 on the site of the destroyed Getik monastery.

The monastery was located among the forests in the gorge of a mountain river. Due to such a natural environment, it did not have defensive walls. The monastery was named after the outstanding writer, scientist and politician Mkhitar Gosh, who took an active part in the construction of the temple complex. Three churches, a book depository, a bell tower, a school and a chapel were erected on the territory of the monastery. The center of the ensemble is the tall building of the Church of the Virgin (St. Astvatsatsin), which is crowned by a large dome.

In 1972, a historical and architectural museum was opened on the territory of the monastery.

Mountain resort Dilijan

The ski resort is located at an altitude of 1450 m above sea level and includes the city of Dilijan with the villages of Bldan, Shamakhyan, Golovino, Papanino. In these territories, the mountains are covered with oak, coniferous, beech and other forests, creating a favorable atmosphere for relaxation and treatment. Mineral water produced in Dilijan, rich in silicates and iron, is used in the treatment of chronic gastritis.

The city has a tourist information center, opened with US assistance. The center aims to increase the country's rating in the field of tourism. The goals also include improving the conditions at the resort (placing signs, providing complete information about the service and attractions).

In Dilijan there are sanatoriums “Dilijan” and “Mountain Armenia”, boarding houses, various rest and entertainment houses.

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Dilijan International School Edit

Dilijan International School (DIS) is a non-governmental, non-profit, international co-educational boarding school for up to 650 students from over 50 countries. The school, whose construction was completed in the summer of 2014, occupies more than 88 hectares of land, partially located within the Dilijan National Park. The project is funded by charities registered in Armenia and the UK. The volume of investments in the construction of the school campus, infrastructure and equipment is $ 150 million, and the creation of a target capital fund will allow us to allocate scholarships and grants that make it possible to pay for education for 70% of students. The implementation of a project of this scale will contribute to the development of small and medium-sized businesses in Dilijan, the creation of new jobs.

The idea of ​​creating the Dilijan International School came from the Russian businessman Ruben Vardanyan and his wife Veronika Zonabend in 2006, when they were looking for learning options for their children. In 2010, the President of the Republic of Armenia planted a symbolic tree on the territory of the future school, in 2014 the school will accept the first students, and will reach full capacity only in 2023. The school went through the process of joining the international community of schools and colleges United World Colleges (UWC) - in July 2013 the school received the status of an associate member of the UWC, in October 2013 it became a full member of the UWC, and by the end of 2013 it became a full member of the Organization of International Baccalaureate ( International Baccalureate Organization). The first school to accept students 16-19 years old. The training will be conducted in English by highly qualified teachers - native English speakers under the IB Diploma program (international baccalaureate, 16+). Education at Dilijan International School will be available to young people regardless of their parents ’financial situation through a scholarship and grant program. Students will be selected primarily by UWC National Committees in accordance with UWC policies. Student enrollment for the 2014 school year began in October 2013.

Due to the synthesis of natural health-improving physical components (clean air, mineral healing springs), Dilijan is an exceptional region. Given the above circumstances, in 1921 the first TB dispensary in Armenia (named after R.N. Ganjetsyan) was opened in Dilijan, and after some time the dispensary hospital, which operated until the 1980s. The hospital specialized in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis, extrapulmonary tuberculosis, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, bile ducts of the liver and gall bladder, and diseases of the pancreas.

Currently (2011), the city has a hospital equipped with the necessary equipment and having 96 hospital beds, a polyclinic, and a children's consultation. Since the 1970s, Gornaya Armenia, Dilijan sanatoriums (with 120 beds), the republican TB anti-tuberculosis sanatorium with 120 beds, as well as more than 20 rest houses and boarding houses owned by various departments and private individuals have been operating.

A few kilometers from Dilijan towards Ijevan is the Haghartsin monastery complex. Also, a 20-minute drive from Dilijan, in the village of Gosh, there is another ancient monastery complex - Goshavank, named after Mkhitar Gosh. And 15 km from the city, in the Dilijan Reserve is located the picturesque Lake Parz, which means “clean” in Armenian. The city has the Ethnographic Museum of Dilijan.

In 2011, an Art Museum was opened in Dilijan, in which Russian and Armenian (Ivan Aivazovsky, Minas Avetisyan, etc.) are widely represented in the 19th – 20th centuries, and Western European painting of the 17th – 19th centuries. (J.-B. Greuze, master of the circle of Correggio, Flemish masters of the 17th century, Hubert Robert, etc.) and graphics, artifacts of archaeological cultures studied in Tavush, ethnographic collection.

In July 2011, a monument was opened in the city to the heroes of the film “Mimino” - Ruben Khachikyan (Frunzik Mkrtchyan), Valiko Mizandari (Vakhtang Kikabidze) and Ivan Volokhov (Evgeny Leonov).

Hotels Edit

  • 5 * "Dilijan Resort"
  • 5 * "Best Western Paradise"
  • 3 * "Haghartsin"
  • 3 * "Dill Hill"
  • 2 * "Stagecoach"
  • 2 * "Dzhyak"
  • 2 * "Kasanova"
  • 2 * "Mkhitar Gosh"
  • 4 * RESTLAND DILIJAN HOTEL

In Dilijan, the Dilijan Mineral Water Plant operates, which produces Dilijan brand mineral water. The factory was founded in 1947.

In 2005, in Dilijan, the agricultural complex "DILI" was founded, producing dairy products that meet international quality standards. In addition to cheese and cream, ghee is made.

The football club "Impulse" is deployed in the city. The team was founded in 1985, but in 1994 refused to participate in the championship. At the beginning of 2009 it was revived and in the same year won gold medals in the First League, as well as access to the Premier League. The club’s leadership is thus planning to develop sports, and football primarily in the city and in the region. The main stadium of Dilijan is the City Stadium. Another stadium that meets international standards operates on the territory of the Dilijan International School.

National park

On the way to Dilijan, you must always take the time to enjoy the beauty of the surrounding nature. In this park you can just walk, for which there are health trails, breathe in the freshest cool air. Or have a picnic and barbecue, for this there are special recreation areas.

Parz Lake

An excellent place to relax in the fresh air is another natural attraction of Dilijan - this is the mountain lake Parz. Here you can ride boats and catamarans, jump into the water with a bungee, have a bite to eat in a coastal cafe and spend the night in cozy houses.

Goshavank Monastery

And also near Dilijan in the village of Gosh there is another medieval monastery, built in 12 - 13 centuries. The complex consists of three churches, a hybrid of a book depository and a temple, several chapels and other buildings. And also on the territory there are shrines and the ruined crypt of Mkhitar Gosh, the founder of the monastery.

Monasteries Juhtak wank and Matosavank

About three kilometers west of Dilijan are two more ancient monasteries - these are Dzhukhtak Vank and Matosavank. The first was built in the 12th-13th centuries and consists of two identical churches, which is why it is called Dzhukhtak Vank, which means twins. Opposite him, three and a half kilometers from the city, is the Matosavank monastery, consisting of three small buildings, including the Church of Astvatsatsin (Mother of God).

Artisans Street (Sharambeyan Street)

After exploring the surroundings, it is recommended to pay attention to Dilijan himself, as there are a lot of interesting things in him. For example, in the old part of the city there is a beautiful street of artisans. Wooden houses with carved balconies, small shops, various workshops and souvenir shops - everything is unusual, fabulous and magical. Here, under the strict guidance of local craftsmen, you can join the craft and try to fashion a jug yourself or cut a figurine out of wood with your own hands.

Museum of Folk Art

The whole spectrum of what local craftsmen can do can be seen in a small but impressive museum of folk art. It presents wooden decor elements, sculptures, ceramics, dolls, puppets and much more. There is a souvenir shop at the museum, so you can not only admire man-made masterpieces, but also buy something for memory.

Geological Museum and Art Gallery

There is another wonderful and original museum in Dilijan that combines an exhibition of archaeological finds and an art gallery. Here you can see the works of Aivazovsky, Shishkin, Jean Baptiste Greuze and other famous artists. But most of all the vivid and memorable paintings are exactly of Armenian masters.

Rest house of the times of the USSR

When exploring the city, it is worth taking time to visit another interesting place - the Rest House of the times of the USSR. This chic, but now empty building is an echo of a bygone era. During the Soviet Union, senior officials rested in it, and today it is just a beautiful, but sad monument of architecture.

Monument to the heroes of the film "Mimino"

There is another greeting from Dilizhan from the Soviet Union, but more positive - this is a monument to the heroes of the film "Mimino", namely Rubik, Valiko and Volokhov. Here you can try the mineral vodka, which, according to Frunzik Mkrtchyan, who played in Rubik Khachikyan’s film, is “second in the world, after San Francisco”. And also among locals and guests there is an opinion that if you rub his nose, you will be happy. So Rubik’s nose is already wiped and polished to a mirror shine.

Cottage Agashi Khanjyan

The holiday home is not the only sad architectural monument of Dilijan. On a hill towering above the city you can see another splinter of greatness - the suburban residence of the first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Armenia, Aghasi Khanjyan. The cottage was built in the early 20th century. Agasi Khanjyan chose a place for her, but he did not have time to live in it.

According to one of the workers in this place, he spent the night in it only one night before a trip to Beria, where he was shot dead. Today it is a dilapidated historical and cultural monument, which is located in one of the most picturesque corners of Dilijan.

What else to see in Dilijan?

If after visiting all of the above, time remains, you can spend it on visiting, for example, the Dilijan amphitheater, monuments to soldiers who died in the Great Patriotic War and the Artsakh heroic battle, and other cultural sites. Or just go out into the countryside - to the forest or to the lake, so that you can breathe in plenty of local healing air.

The importance of the city in the modern world

The mild climate, fresh air, forest valleys and mountains are the reasons why the city is called “Armenian Switzerland”. Numerous attractions, centuries-old history, highlands attract travelers and adventure lovers.
In an ancient popular legend, the name of the city is named after a shepherd named Dili.

The shepherd was in love with the owner’s daughter, but the father did not approve of the love affair and ordered the young man to be killed. For many days, the grieving mother mourned and looked for her only son throughout the region and cried desperately: "Dili-jan, Dili-jan." According to legend, the area was later known as the unfortunate youth.
The area of ​​the modern city is 13 km2.

Dilijan has a latitude of 4044.4618 ′ longitude 4451.8172 ′. Located near the borders of Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkey and Iran.

Dilijan has a temperate continental climate. July and August are the hottest months: daily average highs + 26C, average minimums + 12C. The coldest months are January and February, with an average temperature of -6 C and a maximum of + 3 C.

Annual precipitation is just over 500 mm. The rainiest month is May. The best time to visit Dilijan is June-October (months with the most pleasant temperatures).

A favorable environmental situation is a unique example of the natural world of Armenia. Thanks to this, tourists find this place an attractive favorite among eco-routes to visit.

According to the 2011 census, the population of Dilijan is 17,712 people. Most people living in Dilijan are ethnic Armenians.

Flora and fauna

Dilijan forests cover an area of ​​more than 34,000 ha. To enrich natural life in 1958, the state forest reserve, which is now called the National Park, was founded. Flora is represented by 40 species of trees and 18 species of shrubs. These are mainly oaks, beeches, hornbeams, maples, elms and willows. The national park is also rich in fauna.

The main inhabitants:

  • Brown bear,
  • wolf,
  • marten,
  • lynx.

By plane

You can get by plane to Yerevan. A flight from Moscow will cost from 52466 drams. Next, get to your destination by bus, taxi or rent a car.

On the territory of Armenia in autumn, winter and spring, the night train No. 372 runs from Tbilisi to Yerevan on odd days, departing at 20:20 and arriving at 06:55 the next morning. A ticket will cost about 26 759-31 625 drams.

As for the Moscow-Yerevan railway route, trains do not run in this direction, due to regional conflicts (between Armenia and Azerbaijan, as well as Russia and Georgia).

By car

You can enter Armenia by car through Georgia.

Traveling by car to Dilijan is a convenient way to travel and enjoy the sights of the country. The distance of 273 km from Yerevan to Tbilisi can be covered in 4 hours.

By bus

By bus, they reach Yerevan North Station from cities such as Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Volgograd. Tickets cost 22 485 drams. Travel time is 44 hours.
From Yerevan to Dilijan can be reached by taxi, by bus or by rented car. Taxi from Yerevan will cost AMD 10,000 one way. The distance from the airport to the city of Dilijan is 98 km.

Most taxis do not have meters, so you need to agree on a price before starting the trip. Bus number 651 can be reached from the North Station, from 09:00 to 18:00. A ticket will cost 1000 drams. You can rent a car from 22 000 drams per day. An important nuance - the cost of a deposit for such a car is from 150 000 drams. Car rental and return are made in Yerevan at “Zvartnots” airport.

In the city they travel by bus, taxi or rent a car.

2 bus routes have a final stop at the mineral water plant.

Opening hours: Monday - Friday 07: 30-18: 30 Saturday - Sunday 09: 30-17: 30, transport runs every half hour. A ticket costs 105 drams.

Within the city you can quickly and inexpensively travel by taxi. Since the settlement is small, the cost will be no more than 1000 drams. The fee for 1 km is about 100 drams.

Places of worship

There are 4 world-famous monasteries in the vicinity of Dilijan:

    Juhtak Wank Monastery located in the national park. Established XII-XIII century. On the territory of 2 churches, a small medieval cemetery has been preserved.

Dilijan, Armenia, Juhtak Vank Monastery.

  • Agavnavank Monastery, also known as the Desert of the Holy Virgin, is located on the outskirts of the village of the same name. Date of foundation in the XI-XII centuries. Numerous buildings were preserved south of the monument, which were the material and technical and living quarters of the church meeting.
  • Goshavank Monastery (22 km from Dilijan: 16 km along the main road Dilijan-Ijevan and then 6 km from this road after turning to the monastery). Goshavank is a great medieval monastery complex. It is located on the left bank of the Getik River. The church is named after Mkhitar Gosh, a famous Armenian scholar, historian and teacher.
  • Haghartsin Monastery (13 km from the city) - a popular place in Armenia, founded in the XI-XIII centuries. Location in the mountains, half an hour from Dilijan. It belongs to the number of buildings destroyed during the invasion of the Turks in the second half of the 11th century.
  • In Dilijan, you can familiarize yourself with the history of the city by visiting one of the 2 museums:

    • Museum of Folk Art, st. Getapnya, 1. Working days: Tuesday-Sunday. Working hours: 11: 00-18: 00 Sunday: 11: 00-16: 00 The building used for this museum was built at the end of the 19th century and served as the summer house of Princess Mariam Tumanyan. Here are collected works of folk artists and artists - self-taught, ethnographic exhibits. Entrance ticket 300 AMD.
    • Geological Museum and Art Gallery, st. Myasnikyan, 28, Working days: Tuesday-Sunday. Working hours: 10: 00-17: 45. It was founded in 1950. The museum gives an overview of the history of the region, the development of local residents, life, monuments of material culture, historical and geographical conditions. Rare paintings are stored here that made the Dilijan Geological Museum a treasury. Contains works of Armenian, Russian, Dutch, Italian and French artists of the XVI, XVII and XVIII centuries.

    Natural attractions

    You can enjoy the beautiful scenery, admire the "untouched" nature by visiting Lake Parz and the National Park. Lake Parz is one of the most attractive natural sites of Dilijan. Located 9 km from the city, at an altitude of 1400 m above sea level. The area of ​​the lake is 2 hectares and the average depth is 8 meters. Length - 300 m, width - 70-80 m. The water temperature in summer reaches +15.5 C.

    Dilijan National Park is located on the slopes of the Pambak, Myapor and Aregani mountain ranges and in the basin of the Agstev and Getik rivers, 1000-2000 m high above sea level. Area 33765 ha.

    Dilijan (Armenia), whose sights are world famous, attract many tourists. The most famous building in the city is the monument-spring "Mimino". It was opened in 2011.

    Location at the central roundabout, at the entrance to the city. This is a monument to Rubik, Valiko and Volokhov: the heroes of the film "Mimino". Among local residents there is an opinion if rubbing Rubik's nose and making a wish, it will certainly come true. Therefore, the nose is polished to a shine.

    You can make purchases, go shopping at Sharambeyan street, around the Old Dilijan complex. Here artisans sell handicrafts - carved wooden letters of the Armenian alphabet, thin multi-colored shawls made of goat’s wool, handmade carpets and author's ceramic products.

    Leisure

    Name of entertainmentLocationCost, AMDFeaturesHow to get there
    Extreme park

    the parkLocated 15 km

    from the city on Lake Parz6000passage of zip lines over Lake Parz.

    flight.By taxi, by car, by bike TrackingNational

    the park500hiking

    monasteriesBy taxi, by car, by bike Horseback ridingNational

    the park12000horse rides

    in the forest accompanied

    instructorsBy taxi, by car, by bike Flight to

    paragliderThe office is located in Yerevan, at: Kalentskaya

    street, 16/130 000

    10/20 minParagliding over

    surroundingsTransportation from

    the parties

    Interesting places for families with children

    A memorable and vibrant option for families with children is a visit to Yenokavan Village and Yell Extreme Park. You can organize a trip yourself, having reached the place by bus or book an excursion tour. You can overcome the distance of 48 km in an hour and a half. The bus fare is 1000 drams.

    Yell Extreme Park offers these attractions to its visitors:

    • master class of national dishes,
    • zip line walkthrough
    • rope park,
    • paragliding
    • horseback riding,
    • rock climbing.

    An entertainment program in the park will cost 10,890 drams per adult and 5,445 drams per child under 12 years old. Lovers of a quiet and relaxing holiday will enjoy fishing or camping in the National Park. The necessary equipment can be rented on site or purchased in a store. You can rent a tent as well as lights and sleeping bags. The cost of rented equipment per day will cost from 500 drams.

    Dilijan (Armenia), you can see the sights, find out the history, spend an exciting time with benefit, ordering one of the excursions with a highly qualified guide.

    Traveling in the provinces of Armenia: Kotayk, Gegharkunik and Tavush

    An excursion for a group of 1-14 people, lasting 10 hours will cost 87 577 drams, includes:

    • tasting fish dishes and crayfish,
    • visiting Sevan monastery and Haghartsin,
    • a walk through pine forests and deciduous forests,
    • pottery workshop
    • bathing in thermal springs.

    Dilijan - Lake Sevan - Haghartsin Monastery

    The excursion for 6 people, lasting 6 hours, costing 54,979 drams includes a visit to the following facilities:

    • Lake Sevan,
    • Haghartsin Monastery,
    • a walk in Dilijan.

    The cost of the tour includes transport from the hotel and back.

    Tasting tour

    The excursion for 7 people, lasting 6 hours, costing from 19 461 drams per person, includes:

    • visit to the Ijevan winery, including a small museum where you can observe the processes of bottling and packaging of wine,
    • monitoring the process of harvesting grapes and fruits,
    • tasting 3 wines with various types of cheeses,
    • visiting a specialized liquor store,
    • after visiting the factory, a trip to the village of Ghosh for a tasting of homemade dishes,
    • visit to the Goshavank monastery.

    Itinerary for exploring the city on your own in 1-2 days

    You can independently explore the city on foot or by renting a bicycle. Rental services are provided by Dilijan National Park for 1000 AMD / hour or 5000 AMD / day.

    The most popular routes for exploring the city yourself:

    • Agavnavank Village - Redwood Grove.
    • Dilijan-Ayridash region / Astkhakar peak.
    • Dilijan loop - Dilijan mountains.
    • Dilijan Monasteries - Matosavank and Yukhtak.
    • Dilijan - natural mineral spring Ttu Dzhurr - Lake Parz Lich.
    • Office of Dilijan National Park - Waterfall.
    • Goshavank - Gosha Lake.
    • Haghartsin Monastery - Shamakhyan village.
    • Haghartsin Village - Abegakar Peak.
    • Lake Parz - Goshavank Monastery.

    Dilijan has a large selection of hotels that will satisfy even the most demanding travelers.

    Hotel «Dili Villa Guesthouse», ul. Myasnikyan, 12a.

    It has satellite TV and Wi-Fi access.

    The staff speaks 4 languages:

    Double room with a large bed will cost 20 082 drams. Breakfast 2 509 dram. Shared bathroom and toilet.

    Services:

    • dinner lunch,
    • transfer from airport:
    • child care services (surcharge).

    Hotel «Diligence Hotel», ul. Sayat Nova, 69a.

    A middle class hotel with reasonable pricing. Double room will cost 18 074 drams. The room has its own bathroom.

    Services:

    • breakfast is included
    • there is a bar and restaurant on the territory,
    • there is a playground on the street,
    • Babysitting services are available at an extra charge.

    Hotel «Tufenkian Old Dilijan Complex», ul. Sharambeyan.

    Double room will cost AMD 23,093. The accommodation is equipped with a TV and satellite channels. There is a private bathroom.

    Services:

    • transport from the airport,
    • Breakfast is included.
    • there is a bar and restaurant on site.

    What to bring as a souvenir

    Armenian carpets, cognac, fruits, handicrafts and Soviet memorabilia are some of the most popular things that people bring home from Armenia. On Sharambeyan street, you can find craftsmen who make ceramic things and wooden souvenirs, order the production of clay plates or cups according to an individual sketch. Prices start from 1000 AMD.

    Dilijan is a popular tourist destination in Armenia. A lot of attractions, “untouched” nature, rare species of animals, this is what gives many reasons why you should visit this city.

    Article design: Lozinsky Oleg

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