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... br> Our local family lunch was in a large tree covered courtyard area with many other guests and tables. There were salads. Fried potatoes were the lunch staple. A dessert and coffee followed [2500AD]. People were filling their water bottles like cheapos.
Back into town to Republic Square drop off where got off as just the genocide monument on the agenda. Nice to end at 1415. Went to the supermarket for water, pretzels and two more tonic waters ...
... adopt Christianity as a state religion. Later Caucasian Albania and Georgia become Christian entities.
7th - 8th CENTURY
The Arab invasion results in the partial introduction of Islam. Muslim conquest of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia.
Local prince Ashot I of the Bagrati family becomes King of Armenia and forms the Bagratid Kingdom of Armenia. The Bagrati Kingdom then controls large areas of present day Turkey ...
... the most linguistically and culturally diverse regions in the world with over 50 individual ethnic groups. Languages include Georgian, Ossetic, Armenian and the Turkic language of Azerbaijani. Russian however is still used as the common language across the region.
Today, the peoples of the Caucasus tend to be either eastern Orthodox Christian (Georgians), Oriental Orthodox Christian (Armenians) or Shia Muslim (Azerbaijan).
... it. So my review of Armenian shisha is its better than shisha in Dubai, Really good shisha. When we left some woman was singin in bar, mentally hot. Should of stayed there. Tried to find a bar for another drink. Went back up to the opera house to have a look at that, beside it was a small disco club. It was empty and some guy came up and said we had to pay 3000drams to get in. We decided to just leave since it was only late afternoon. Another bar across the road was the ...
... to get itchy now after three or four days. It would be a different story living in those cities, as then there would always be something new to discover, but as a tourist it becomes repetitive quite quickly.
Today marks my third full day here in Yerevan, plus a good portion of the afternoon I had to wander around yesterday. Truth be told, one day is enough for Yerevan, and two is plenty - but working ...