Tatev (lit. "Give Wings") is one of the best known and most visited monasteries in Armenia. Tatev is a 9th-century complex located 280 km (174 mi) away from the capital.
Garni & Geghard
Garni is a village in Armenia that hosts a classic Greco-Roman temple of the same name. Garni temple is located 30 km south-east from Yerevan in the valley of Azat river.
Khor Virap (lit. "Deep Dungeon") is a renowned Armenian monastery in front of Mount Ararat. The monastery is famous because of the fact that Gregory the Illuminator has been imprisoned there.
Khachkar (lit. cross-stone) is made of a block of a meticulously decorated stone relief to commemorate a religious event, a historical event or to serve as a gravestone.
Lake Sevan is the crown jewel of the Armenian highlands. It is surrounded by Geghama mountains range and situated at an altitude of 1900 m (6,234 ft).
Dilijan is a resort town located 100km north-east from Yerevan. The road from Yerevan passes through a 2.25 km (1.4 mi) long tunnel dug inside a mountain.