Photos – Armenia Home /Photos – ArmeniaPhotos from Breathtaking Armenia Etchmiadzin Cathedral – Мother Church of the Armenian Apostolic Church. UNESCO World Heritage. 301 AD. The Holy Lance in Etchmiadzin Cathedral. Armenian Alphabet, Gold, St. Etchmiadzin. Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in the Vatican (on the left). Via Della Conciliazione 3. Armenia on the map “Rome in 146 BC”, Basilica of Maxentius, near Colloseum. 4 Marble Maps showing the expansion of Rome from 760BC, Basilica of Maxentius, near Colloseum. Flag of Armenia. Khor Virap, Ararat Province. Mount Ararat (Sis and Masis) and a field of red poppies, near Yeraskh Village, Ararat Province. Silver coin of the Armenian King of Kings Tigranes the Great. (140 – 55 BC). Life Size Replica of the Medieval Vessel of Cilician Kingdom of Armenia. 1080–1375 (1424). Vessel was built during 11 years. Hotel Cilicia, 7 Via Cilicia, Rome. Gyumri. Second Largest City in Armenia. Holy Saviour’s Church. The Temple of Garni, 1st century AD. Kotayk Province. King of Forest, Dilijan. Zvartnots Temple (ruins) & Mount Ararat. 7th century. The ruins are designated by UNESCO as World Heritage Site. Sevanavank Monastery Complex, 874 AD. Climbing to Azhdahak, 110 Travelers in the Chain. Mount Ararat, view from The Armash Important Bird Area (Armash Fishponds). Mount Aragats: Northern—4,090 m, Western—3,995 m, Eastern—3,908 m, Southern—3,888 m. Kaptavank Monastery, Tavush Province. Zvartnots Cathedral (maket), built in 643-652. Echmiadzin (Vagharshapat). Zvartnots Temple (interior, model). History Museums in Vagharshapat. Halidzor, Syunik Province. Difficult Roads Lead to Beautiful Destinations. Wall Carvings. Geghard Monastery Complex. Noravank, Նորավանք – “New Monastery”, Vayots Dzor Province. St. Hripsime Church, 1666, Khndzoresk, Syunik Province. Near Noravank Monastery Complex. Vayots Dzor Province. Climbing Mount Azhdahak (3597m.) Swinging bridge, Khdzoresk, Syuniq Province. Khachkars Inset in Rock Outcropping, Geghard Monastery. Geghard Monastery Complex. Kotayk Province. Mount Azhdahak- extinct volcano. The highest point of Geghama Range. 3597 m. above the sea level. Trchkan Waterfall – the Highest Waterfall of Armenia. 23 m. Near Lori Province. Garni, Symphony of Stones. Kotayk Province. Geghardavank, Ayrivank. 4th century. UNESCO World Heritage. Abovyan street, Gyumri city. Bjni Village, Armenia. Tavush Province. Lake Sevan. 1,900 m above sea level. Gegharkunik Province. Geghard, Khachkars or Armenian Cross-Stones inset in rock outcropping. Hovtasar and Storks. Saghmosavank Monastic Complex, 13th-century, Aragatsotn Province. Four Pics of Mnt. Aragats. Lastiver, Tavush Province. Near Azat River. Noravank Monastery Complex. 13 century. Vayots Dzor Province. Khor Virap with Mount Ararat. Symphony of Stones. Near to Azat River. Kotayk Province. Sardarapat Memorial. Armavir Province. “A Mother’s Hands” Khachkar| Cross Stone, Artist: Daniel Varoujan Hejinian, 375 Merrimack Street, Lowell City Hall Massachusetts, USA Armenia in The King James Bible (KJB) – an English translation of the Christian Bible for the Church of England, published in 1611. The Manner how the Whole Earth was Peopled by Noah & his Descendants after the Flood. 1749. British Museum. Shaki Waterfall, 18 m, Syunik Province. Lastiver. Tavush Province. Geghard, Cupola on Arches. Khor-Virap & Ararat. Lake Sevan and Sevanavank Monastery Complex. United World College (UWC) – Dilijan School. Mt. Ararat from Mt. Amulsar Parz Lake, Dilijan. Harsnadzor, Eco Resort, Halidzor, Syunik Province. Noravank Monastery Facade. Haghartsin Monastery, 13th century, Dilijan, Tavush Province. Lake Sevan. 1900 m above sea level. Gegharkunik Province. Dilijan Town. Lake Sevan at night. Ghazanchetsots Cathedral, 1868-1887. Geghard, Cupola. Near to Saghmosavank Monastery Complex. Aragatsotn Province. Armenian Gata from Geghard Monastery. Prunus Armeniaca, Apricots. Armenian Gampr or Armenian Shepard Dog. Parz Litch, Dilijan. Trchkan Waterfall, 23 m. The Amberd Fortress & Mount Ararat. Horomayr Monastery Complex, 1187-1206, near to Odzun Village, Lori Province. Rocks. Near Noravank. Sailboat Armenia. Armenian Duduk -Ancient Folk Instrument. UNESCO – Masterpiece of the Intangible Heritage of Humanity. Armenian Dance. Aragats Mountain and Storks. Lastiver – Zipline, Yenokavan, Tavush Province. Azhdahak – extinct volcano. 3.597 m above sea. Gegharkunik Province. Apricots, Prunus Armeniaca, Ararat Valley. Aragats Mountain. Lastiver, Tavush. Armenia, #Hayato Matsumoto (Saigo), Japan Syunik Province. Parz Lake, Parz Lich. Tavush Province. Mekhitarist Congregation, Saint Lazarus Island, San Lazzaro degli Armeni, Սուրբ Ղազար կղզի, 2 km near to Venice, Italy. Ararat & Kaptavank Church. Mesrop Mashtots creating the Armenian Alphabet, Francesco Maggiotto. 1750-1805. Mesrop Mashtots by Venetian painter Giovanni Battista Tiepolo,1696 – 1770, Fresco in Würzburg Residence, Bavaria. The Temple of Garni, 1st century AD. Fragment of the Frieze. Mountains, Syunik Province. Ghazanchetsots Cathedral. Holy Savior Cathedral, Սուրբ Ամենափրկիչ Մայր Տաճար Lori Province Lori Province. Amberd Fortress. 10 century. 2300 m above sea level, near Mount Aragats. Armavir Province. Armenian Dried Fruits. Pomegranate, Garni. Poppies, Ararat Province Grape, Ararat Valley. Armenian Gampr, Guardian Dog native to the Armenian Highlands. Pomegranate, Noravank. Grape, Ararat Valley. Armenian Lavash & Wine. Rocks near Areni. Storks and Ararat mountain. Surenavan Town, Ararat Province. Ara Ler or Mount Ara, 2,614 m. Aragatsotn Province. Way to Mount Aragats. Carahunge – “Armenian Stonehenge”. Syunik Province. Forest in Bjni Village, Kotayk Province. Ship in the Stormy Sea, 1887. Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky. (Hovhannes Aivazian (baptized)). Ship in the Stormy Sea (fragment), 1887. Ayvazovski. Tolors Reservoir, Syunik Province. Ararat from Karmrashen village, Vayots Dzor Region.