Armenia Geghard Monastery.Geghard (Armenian: Գեղարդ, meaning "spear") is a medieval monastery in the Kotayk province of Armenia, being partially carved out of the adjacent mountain

Geghard (Armenian: Գեղարդ/Geghard, meaning "spear") is a medieval monastery in the Kotayk province of Armenia, being partially carved out of the adjacent mountain.

"The Armenian Nation: A Brief Introduction" infographic was developed for a professional news magazine "The Armenite". You can read the article with the following link:  http://thearmenite.com/magazine/infographic/armenian-nation-brief-introduction-infographic/

"The Armenian Nation: A Brief Introduction" infographic was developed for a professional news magazine "The Armenite".

Haghartsin Monastery, Armenia | Areg Amirkhanyan

A place like this makes me lose the air! Haghartsin Monastery, Armenia, by Areg Amirkhanyan.

Mt Ararat, it's in the Bible, the Torah, and the Koran .... where Noah landed. It stands where Armenia, Iran, and Turkey come together.  it's almost like they pushed it up. || .. X ღɱɧღ ||

Mt Ararat, it's where Noah landed with the ark. It stands where Armenia, Iran, and Turkey come together.

Why travel to Armenia? Click through to find out why you shouldn't leave Armenia off of your list when planning your next vacation or backpacking adventure.

Here's why you should travel to Armenia

The Armenian Pantheon of Gods on Mount Nemrut

historyofarmenia: “Photo: The Armenian Pantheon of Gods on Mount Nemrut Erected in 63 BC by King Antiochus I Theos of the Orontid Dynasty of the Armenian Kingdom of Kamakh (Commagene) located in the.

Areal View of Tatev Monastery, Armenia. Another part of my heritage stems from Armenia. Its an amazing and long history, considering that the majority of it comes from the Turkish slaughtering a large portion of the population

Tatev Monastery is a monastery located on a large basalt plateau near the Tatev village in Syunik Province in southeastern Armenia.

Armenian Church and Milky Way (one of Suren Manvelyan's photos in his Night Armenian Spirit series)

Armenian Church Noravank and Milky Way (one of Suren Manvelyan's photos in his Night Armenian Spirit series)

nightscapes of Armenian Spirit

Vaulted ceiling and night sky in Armenia (one of Suren Manvelyan's photos in his Night Armenian Spirit series)

Armenian alphabet

I still sign my name in Armenian script, though I live in Orlando now. It just doesn't look right in Latin script, as if it's someone else's name and not mine. Armenian script and language are so beautiful ♡♡♡

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