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... the noon rendezvous where we paid for the cultural show [6,000AD].
Off toward town to the ruins of Zvartnots Cathedral, built from 641-61 AD. It originally housed the relics of St Gregory. The exact look of the church is a matter of some debate but three increasingly smaller circular tiers is the best bet. Also in dispute is whether an earthquake or an Arab invasion was responsible for its ruin. Both Echmiadzin and Zvartnots are part of a combined World ...
... generous curved and carved timber, opulent buttoned cushioning and lots of gold and silver trim. After a pleasant breakfast our hotel room was looking better but it was still depressing.
We hate complaining straight off about a hotel room but we know from bitter experience just how much the ambiance of a room (or lack of) can seriously affect your stay in a destination. As we were in Yerevan for three nights, we decided we would raise the ...
... br> Russian Soviet Union collapses. Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan (as well as Central Asian and other countries) are declared independent states.
1992 - 1993
War in Abkhazia between Georgian forces and the Abkhaz separatist forces supporting independence of Abkhazia from Georgia. Separatists are supported by Russian forces.
Today, Abkhazia is still a disputed territory and a partially recognised state controlled by a ...
... at least. We have seen citrus groves but still no sign of a tea plantation.
As we drove back over the same route past the town of Masalli L finally twigged that what she had thought were vegetables in neat little rows are actually the tea plantations that are still quite small and therefore young one would suppose. They all seem to have drip irrigation to water them. As some of the adjoining fields had grape vines then it would seem that this ...
... their global interpretations, and likely the real thing in the country of origin. So Karma it was!
Unfortunately, some of the online reviews read something like "The best Indian food in Yerevan!" - that's some careful wording, but you can either interpret that to be either good or bad. If it's the only Indian restaurant in Yerevan, it would also have to be the best, by default! The food ended up being terrible - I can't even say one good thing about it, and there's ...