Armenia Through The Eyes of a Traveler

Armenia through the eyes of a traveler. Travel overview of a small country with wide choices. Initiated and filmed by Renderforest Staff.

Places featured in the video:

Yerevan: mostly Vernissage Market, Abovyan Street, Freedom Square, Republic Square, Northern Avenue, Tamanyan Street, Republic Square, Cafesjian Center for the Arts

Armenia Through The Eyes of a Traveler

We had over 6000km of a ride through Armenia in 2018 and gathered 4 hours of footage. Over the editing and a little scripting visit, Armenia video was born, which is a travel guide across the country.

This video is non-profit and dedicated to boosting tourism in Armenia. Created by Renderforest staff, an IT company headquartered in Yerevan, Armenia.

Other parts of Armenia: mainly Noravank Monastery, Geghard Monastery, Amberd Castle, Tatev Monastery, Saint Gregory the Illuminator Cathedral, Kndzoresk Bridge, Dilijan highway, Tsaghkadzor Ski Resort, Dendropark, Lake Sevan, Garni Village, Geghard Canyon, Dilijan, Lake Kari in Aragats, Khachkars in Noravank, Tatev Monastery, Sevanavank, Amberd, Garni Temple, Saghmosavank, Central Square in Gyumri and much more.

Armenia Among Top Ten Countries With Lowest Divorce Rate

Facts About Armenia

Today, 97% of the population today are Christians and Armenia has one of the most beautiful churches in the world. Check out our post on the 10 most beautiful Armenian churches that you must visit. The country was converted to Christianity back in 301AD by St Gregory Illuminator and since then, many churches have been built under his name. There are so many beautiful churches in Armenia.

Holy Etchimiadzin was the first state church built in the world back in the early 4th century. This place is also the headquarter of all the churches in Armenia and it’s one of the most visited pilgrimage site in the world. Unfortunately this beautiful building has been under construction for the past few years and we were unable to capture a nice shot of it.

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