Royal Tulip Grand Hotel Yerevan
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Off to Echmiadzin, the spiritual heart of the country and the Armenian Apostolic Church. Laura described the surrounding lands as the breadbasket of Armenia. The area was christianized by St Gregory Lusavorich [of new cathedral fame]. The original 301-3 AD church was built on a place where a beam of light fell to earth in a vision. The church itself is called Mayr Tachar, translating to Mother Church of Armenia. It is the seat ...
... out door eating and entertaining is apparently very popular with Armenians and it was rather lovely to sit in the open enjoying fresh fruit and coffee, and discussing life in Armenia while Hovik's youngest son entertained us with some very amusing Latin American dancing.
We thoroughly enjoyed our afternoon with Hovik's family. It was somewhat of a surprise to be recipients of now two very generous invitations to ...
... the gem stones in Armenia were quite gorgeous and at a very reasonable price.
We had warned David about Alan's compulsion for hand made rugs but it didn't stop the intrepid Alan from finding a rug outlet and a particularly lovely flat woven rug with gorgeous animal and plant motives. Thankfully for our wallets and our rug-stuffed houses, the skies opened and we were deluged with rain just as the bargaining process began. We had often joked ...
... Karabakh War. Bloody conflict arises between the majority Armenians within the Nagorno-Karabakh enclave (backed by Armenia) and the Azeris (backed by Azerbaijan). By 1994, the Armenians are in full control over most of the enclave. Today, Nagorno-Karabakh is internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan, but most of the region is governed by the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, a de facto independent but unrecognised state. Azerbaijan has not ...