Armenia! There are so many things worth telling after the trip here! And it’s even better to show! Yes, the TravelBlog team is very pleased to present to all of you our new film, which we, Aleksandr Alimov, Stanislav Gorbunov and Ivars Utinans, have shot after a week-long tour of Armenia.
We hope that it will amaze you and make you think about visiting this country. It is even surprising how little we know about it so far. Mass tourism has not reached these edges yet, so traveling here was especially interesting.
Beautiful mountain landscapes, deep gorges, amazing monasteries, and stories, which are not just a millennium old, but much more. And most importantly, of course, the people! All the Armenians we met were unique, insanely photogenic and surprisingly hospitable. We managed to see a lot! Monasteries Haghpat, Khor Virap, Noravank, Tatev – it seems here the time has stopped! Amberd Fortress, megaliths of Karahunja, Areni cave complex – these sights are mind-blowing.
But even this is not enough! Together with the guys from Yell Extreme Park, we managed to capture the unique frames of the bottomless canyon from a bird’s eye view. In general, the beauty of Armenia from above looks especially impressive, and there are many such shots in our film. And we were lucky to see the Armenian capital on a special day for this country. In Yerevan, they were celebrating in all festivity the Independence Day of Armenia. This event gave our shoots a particular charm!
And, of course, we are pleased with our cooperation with the Radisson Blu Hotel chain. Their hotel in Yerevan is distinguished by a special level of comfort and convenience.
It is very important to note that the music for the film was written by an excellent Armenian composer and musician Bagrat Terteryan. And I must say he managed to convey the rhythm and harmony of his homeland under our video. Bagrat, thank you very much, our friend! We also want to express our gratitude to all those who helped us in the filming and especially Tigran Mkrtchyan, the Ambassador of Armenia to Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia.
So, the journey is filmed, mounted and ready to be shown. Click boldly on PLAY and do not forget to like, write a comment and subscribe to our YouTube channel. This will be the best reward for our labors. Welcome to Armenia!