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  • Taxi - Armenian Travel & Tourism Portal
    Brandy Arts crafts Rugs Carpets Bookstores Legal Services Banks Insurance Real Estate Attorney Services Services Taxi Rent a car Translations Photo Video Moving and Parcel Armenia History Regions Aragatsotn Ararat Armavir Gegharkunik Kotayk Lori Shirak Syunik Tavush Vayots Dzor Yerevan Geography Demographics Culture Language Religion Holidays Useful Electricity Climate Currency Telephone Telecommunications Official Government Embassies Visas and Passport Transportation Photos Yerevan Landscapes Historical monuments Nature People Events Reviews Categories Taxi

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  • Rent a car - Armenian Travel & Tourism Portal
    Wine Brandy Arts crafts Rugs Carpets Bookstores Legal Services Banks Insurance Real Estate Attorney Services Services Taxi Rent a car Translations Photo Video Moving and Parcel Armenia History Regions Aragatsotn Ararat Armavir Gegharkunik Kotayk Lori Shirak Syunik Tavush Vayots Dzor Yerevan Geography Demographics Culture Language Religion Holidays Useful Electricity Climate Currency Telephone Telecommunications Official Government Embassies Visas and Passport Transportation Photos Yerevan Landscapes Historical monuments Nature People Events Reviews Categories

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  • Translations - Armenian Travel & Tourism Portal
    Beauty Health Shopping Souvenirs Antiques Boutiques Wine Brandy Arts crafts Rugs Carpets Bookstores Legal Services Banks Insurance Real Estate Attorney Services Services Taxi Rent a car Translations Photo Video Moving and Parcel Armenia History Regions Aragatsotn Ararat Armavir Gegharkunik Kotayk Lori Shirak Syunik Tavush Vayots Dzor Yerevan Geography Demographics Culture Language Religion Holidays Useful Electricity Climate Currency Telephone Telecommunications Official Government Embassies Visas and Passport Transportation Photos Yerevan Landscapes Historical

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  • Photo & Video - Armenian Travel & Tourism Portal
    Services Banks Insurance Real Estate Attorney Services Services Taxi Rent a car Translations Photo Video Moving and Parcel Armenia History Regions Aragatsotn Ararat Armavir Gegharkunik Kotayk Lori Shirak Syunik Tavush Vayots Dzor Yerevan Geography Demographics Culture Language Religion Holidays Useful Electricity Climate Currency Telephone Telecommunications Official Government Embassies Visas and Passport Transportation Photos Yerevan Landscapes Historical monuments Nature People Events Reviews Categories Taxi 10 Rent a car 5 Translations 2

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  • Moving and Parcel - Armenian Travel & Tourism Portal
    Brandy Arts crafts Rugs Carpets Bookstores Legal Services Banks Insurance Real Estate Attorney Services Services Taxi Rent a car Translations Photo Video Moving and Parcel Armenia History Regions Aragatsotn Ararat Armavir Gegharkunik Kotayk Lori Shirak Syunik Tavush Vayots Dzor Yerevan Geography Demographics Culture Language Religion Holidays Useful Electricity Climate Currency Telephone Telecommunications Official Government Embassies Visas and Passport Transportation Photos Yerevan Landscapes Historical monuments Nature People Events Reviews Categories Taxi

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  • Armenia - Armenian Travel & Tourism Portal
    Geography Demographics Culture Language Religion Holidays Useful Official Transportation Armenia Armenia Armenian Հայաստան Hayastan Հայք Hayq officially the Republic of Armenia is a landlocked mountainous country in the Southern Caucasus Transcaucasus bordered by Turkey to the west Georgia to the north Azerbaijan to the east and Iran and the Nakhichevan exclave of Azerbaijan to the south A former republic of the Soviet Union Armenia is one of the oldest and most historic civilizations in the world It is considered to be the place where Biblical Noah and his descendants first settled as well as the first nation to adopt Christianity as its official religion since 301 A D Although Armenia is constitutionally a secular state Christianity plays a major role in both its history and the identification of the Armenian people Armenia is currently a member of more than 35 different international organizations including the United Nations the Council of Europe the Commonwealth of Independent States and the World Trade Organization It is also an observer member of the Eurasian Economic Community La Francophonie and the Non Aligned Movement The country is an emerging democracy and because of its strategic location it is in both the Russian and American spheres

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  • History - Armenian Travel & Tourism Portal
    incorporated as a marzpanate within the Sassanid Empire ruled by a marzpan Following an Armenian rebellion in 451 484 AD Christian Armenians maintained their religions freedom while Armenia gained autonomy and the right to be ruled by an Armenian marzpan unlike other territories of the empire where the marzpan was a Persian The Marzpanate of Armenia lasted till 630 s AD when Sassanid Persia was destroyed by Arab Caliphate After the marzpanate period 428 636 AD Armenia emerged as an autonomous principality within the Arabic Empire reuniting Armenian lands previously taken by the Byzantian Empire as well The principality was ruled by the Prince of Armenia recognized by the Calpih and the Byzantine Emperor It was part of the administrative division emirate Arminiyya created by the Arabs which also included parts of Georgia and Caucasian Albania and had its center in the Armenian city Dvin The Principality of Armenia lasted till 884 AD when it regained its independence from the weakened Arabic Empire Armenia in history ca 57 AD The reemerged Armenian kingdom was ruled by the Bagratuni dynasty and lasted till 1045 AD In time several areas of the Bagratid Armenia separated as independent kingdoms and principalities such as the Kingdom of Vaspurakan ruled by the House of Artsruni while still recognizing the supremacy of the Bagratid kings In 1045 AD the Byzantian Empire conquered Bagradit Armenia Soon the other Armenian states fell under Byzantian control as well The Byzantian rule was short lived as in 1071 AD Seljuk Turks defeated the Byzantians and conquered Armenia at the Battle of Manzikert establishing an the Seljuk Empire The Seljuk Empire soon started to collapse In early 1100 s Armenian princes of the Zakaryan noble family established an independent Armenian principality in northern and eastern Armenia known as Zakaryan Armenia The noble family of Orbelians shared control with the Zakarians in various parts of the country especially in Vayots Dzor Southern parts of Armenia remained under control of Kurdish dynasties of Shaddadids and Ayyubids In 1230 s Mongol Ilkhanate conquered the Zakaryan Principality as well as the rest of Armenia The Mongolian invasions were soon followed by those of other Central Asian tribes which continued from 1200 s till 1400 s After incessant invasions each bringing destruction to the country Armenia in time became weakened In 1500s the Ottoman Empire and Safavid Persia divided Armenia among themselves The Russian Empire later incorporated Eastern Armenia consisting of the Erivan and Karabakh khanates within Persia in 1813 and 1828 Under the rule of the Ottomans the Armenians and the Turkish majority lived in relative harmony However as the Ottoman Empire began to collapse and World War I began a large proportion of Armenians living in Anatolia perished as a result of the Armenian Genocide The events of 1915 to 1918 are regarded by Armenians and the vast majority of Western historians to have been state sponsored mass killings Turkish authorities however maintain that the deaths were the result of a civil war coupled

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  • Regions - Armenian Travel & Tourism Portal
    Billiards Bowling Play Centres Beauty Health Shopping Souvenirs Antiques Boutiques Wine Brandy Arts crafts Rugs Carpets Bookstores Legal Services Banks Insurance Real Estate Attorney Services Services Taxi Rent a car Translations Photo Video Moving and Parcel Armenia History Regions Aragatsotn Ararat Armavir Gegharkunik Kotayk Lori Shirak Syunik Tavush Vayots Dzor Yerevan Geography Demographics Culture Language Religion Holidays Useful Electricity Climate Currency Telephone Telecommunications Official Government Embassies Visas and Passport Transportation

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