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Capital of Armenia
Yerevan is the capital and biggest city of Armenia. It is one of the world's oldest consistently occupied urban communities. Situated beside the Hrazdan River, Yerevan is the authoritative, social, and streamlined focal point of the nation. It has been the capital since 1918. With the development of the economy of the nation, Yerevan has been experiencing real conversion, as numerous parts of the city have been the beneficiary of new development since the early 2000s, and retail outlets, for example, restaurants, shops, and road joints, which were extraordinary throughout Soviet times, have increased.
Places to Visit
St. Astvatsatsin church: St. Astvatsatsin church is a straightforward basilica. In the lobby for requests to God, there is the principle sacrificial stone and two huge sections. The cut khachkars are just adornment of the inward dividers of the congregation. On one of them the name of its creator - Keram is cut.
The Great Cascade: The Cascade is found in the exact start of the road bearing the name of Architect Tamanian. At the Cascade, foot there is the landmark to Tamanian bowing over his general arrangement.
Mesrop Mashtots Matenadaran: Matenadaran has extraordinary esteem of artistry exhibition hall with the one of a kind gathering of book sketches and those sorts of crafts and specialties, which is associated with transcribed book workmanship: the examples of fabrics, calfskin stamping, repoussage, and jewelry. The Republic Square encompassed by administrative structures brightens the downtown that is flanked with a ring of turnpikes. The Museum complex and different spots of investment are additionally arranged on the square.
The area of Yerevan itself, is a moving element for the outsiders to visit the city with a specific end goal to revel in the perspective of the bible based mount of Ararat, as the city lies on the feet of the mountain structuring the state of a Roman amphitheater.