Zvartnots International Airport
Your first acquaintance with Armenia and Yerevan usually starts at Zvartnots International airport named after Zvartnots temple. Next, you enter Yerevan driving by the Yerevanian Lake. Yerevan is the capital of Armenia and one of the oldest cities in the world. It stretches under the gaze of biblical mountain Ararat and resembles a beautiful gilt bowl to those flying over it. A basalt slab with an Urartu cuneiform inscription, unearthed by archaeologists in the south-eastern part of the city shows the age of Yerevan to be 2800 years old in 2018 (starting from 782 BC). The lore has it that Yerevan was built over 7 hills. Modern Yerevan is mostly a rebuilt colorful city with buildings of unique architecture, constructed from basalt, marble, onyx and volcanic tuff stone and it is a contemporary to such ancient metropolises as Akhenaton, Babylon and Thebes, Nineveh and Carchemish.
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19 Hrachya Kochar street, #39 Yerevan 0012, Republic of Armenia