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Recently my friend Alena 🤍DepressedRussian and I travelled to Armenia! Since the beginning of the war, many Russians have been moving here as well. And I heard that in comparison with Georgia, Armenia has better relationships with Russia, and people there are more willing to speak Russian with expats. So I went there to see it myself, and understood much more about our countries' relationships. I also enjoyed exploring the city of Yerevan and learning about Armenian culture. I hope you'll like it too! In this video: 0:00 road from Tbilisi to Yerevan 2:51 interesting facts about Armenia 5:37 metro system 6:56 Soviet and Persian heritage 8:14 Armenian language 9:25 attitude to Russia 14:38 exploring Yerevan 18:34 unpleasant experiences 22:58 Armenian food 24:18 the Caucasus region 26:50 Do I want to live in Georgia or in Armenia? Support me on Patreon: 🤍 Support me on 🤍 Follow me on 🤍
Welcome to Yerevan, the capital of Armenia and one of the oldest cities in the world. We spent a few days exploring Yerevan and we are excited to share the best things to do and top things to see in Yerevan, from the famous Cascade complex to the traditional market. We also share with you where you can have the best traditional Armenian dishes in Yerevan. 🌐 Explore Armenia with these great deals: ✈️ Flights: 🤍 Yerevan: 🏨 Hotels & Rentals: 🤍 🚗 Car Rentals: 🤍 🎉 Experiences: 🤍 For more videos, subscribe: 🤍 You can read our stories on 🤍 Or join me on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 I get the music for my videos here: 🤍 ——————————————————————— My gear: Sony A6500: 🤍 Sony RX100 V: 🤍 GoPro Hero 5: 🤍 GoPro Hero 7: 🤍 DJI Mavic Pro: 🤍 Zhiyun Crane V2: 🤍 GoPro 3-Way Mount: 🤍 ——————————————————————— 00:00 General information about Yerevan 00:50 The Cascade complex 01:48 Northern Avenue in Yerevan 02:27 Food in Yerevan 04:00 Gum Market 05:16 Vernissage Market 06:06 Blue Mosque 06:48 Armenian Genocide Memorial Business contact: hello🤍travelwithmansoureh.com #travelvlog #armenia
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#YerevanPlaces #PlacesInYerevan Yerevan is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Armenia having many best places in Yerevan. Yerevan, Armenia's capital, is marked by grand Soviet-era architecture. The Matenadaran library, housing thousands of ancient Greek and Armenian manuscripts, dominates its main avenue. Republic Square is the city's core, with musical water fountains and colonnaded government buildings. The 1920s History Museum of Armenia on the square's eastern side contains archaeological objects like a circa-3500-B.C. leather shoe. As Yerevan famous places has such a long history and covers a lot of ground, it means that there is a huge amount to see and do – but as best places in Yerevan is so well connected even if you only have one day in this city, because of a layover or a connecting flight, you can really pack in a lot. To help you even more, you can get a Yerevan beautiful places 1-Day Ticket. Apricot Wanderer's mission is to promote the beauty of the capitals of the world as well as cities and promote the tourism of those cities. There are many beautiful places in Yerevan. Armenia has some of the best places in Yerevan. We collected data on the top 10 places to visit in Yerevan. There are many famous places in Yerevan and some of them are beautiful places in Yerevan. People from all over Armenia love these Yerevan beautiful places which are also Yerevan famous places. In this video, we will show you the beautiful places to visit in Yerevan. Please like this video and subscribe to our YouTube channel Apricot Wanderers and press the Bell icon to stay updated for more videos. FOLLOW US: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Please Visit our Official Website for Tourism Blogs 🤍 Credits:- Music: 🤍bensound.com
Join me on a walking tour of Yerevan, the capital and largest city of Armenia, on a beautiful day in October. I will show you some of the most iconic landmarks and attractions of this ancient city, such as France Square, Republic Square, Mashtots Avenue, Tumanyan Street, Abovyan Street, Pushkin Street, Northern Avenue, Koghbatsi Street, Buzand Street, and Amiryan Street. You will also see some amazing views of the sky filled with colorful balloons during the International Balloon Fiesta, one of the world's largest gatherings of hot-air balloons. This is a vlog that you don't want to miss! 00:00 Highlights 00:45 Route Map 00:56 France sq. 03:50 Mashtots Ave. 06:20 Freedom Sq. 10:15 Swan Lake 14:15 Tumanyan St. 18:45 Abovyan St. 24:10 Pushkin St. 25:40 Northern Ave. 29:35 Teryan St. 31:40 Pushkin St. 34:10 Koghbatsi St. 39:30 Buzand St. 41:35 Teryan St. 43:55 Amiryan St. 47:05 Republic Sq. Subscribe to this channel for more support so I can produce better videos for you Support me: 🤍 If anyone wants to delete their face in this video, please contact me: abysshi🤍gmail.com #yerevan #armenia #walking_tour
🔥 Buy David’s Been Here Hot Sauce: 🤍 🌍 Visit my Travel Blog: 🤍 📝Subscribe to my Newsletter: 🤍 Welcome to Yerevan, Armenia! This city in the heart of the Caucasus region, is the capital of Armenia. This mountainous country was the first in the world to adopt Christianity, and is well known for its prominent religious sites. 🇬🇪 Georgia Travel Series: 🤍 In this documentary, we’re exploring its capital city, a city that's steeped in culture, history, and tradition. We’re diving into its ancient landmarks and modern way of life, from the ancient texts and manuscripts at the Matendaran museum, to the local vendors at Vernissage and Gum Market, to the stunning Cascade complex. Whether you're a history buff, a foodie, or just looking for an adventure, Yerevan has something for everyone. We’re going to see how they make Armenian carpets at the Megerian Carpet Factory, and the process of making Armenian brandy at Ararat Brandy Factory. Then, we’re going on a road trip to nearby Etchmiadzin to explore Armenia’s religious roots, to a monastery in Geghard that once housed the Spear of Destiny, and to the pagan Temple of Garni. And along the way, we’re getting a taste of mouthwatering Armenian cuisine, from flaky lavash to meaty basturma to sweet and decadent gata and so much more! So come with me to this incredible city that captured my heart and let’s dive into the culture and food of Yerevan, Armenia! Where have you been? Subscribe Here! 🤍 Top videos! 🤍 Follow Me: + INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + MY BLOG! ► 🤍 Contact Me: +BUSINESS EMAIL ► david🤍godandbeauty.com #Armenia #Yerevan #ArmenianFood #Foodie #StreetFood #Travel About Me: My name is David Hoffmann. Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have traveled to over 1,400 destinations in 98 countries to experience and document unique cultures on my YouTube channel, travel blog, and social media. I highlight culture and historical sites, but my passion is food! I love to experience and showcase the different flavors each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. Thanks for watching and subscribing!
Travel Documentary Armenia. 🇦🇲 Join us on an impactful journey through Yerevan, the capital of the former Soviet Republic of Armenia in the South Caucasus, right during the days when a new war has erupted between Armenia/Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region. Azerbaijan launched a large-scale attack against Nagorno-Karabakh on September 19, resulting in the tragic loss of hundreds of innocent lives. Although a ceasefire is currently in place, the atmosphere in Armenia (Hayastan) and its capital, Yerevan, remains tense. People are demonstrating and crying out that Azerbaijan is perpetrating a genocide against the people of Nagorno-Karabakh. We take you into the heart of these protests in Yerevan, where citizens are demanding change, including the resignation of Armenia's Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and urgent assistance for displaced Nagorno-Karabakh residents. Witness the fervent chants and acts of civil action in Republic Square, in front of the Government building and throughout the city. We explore the human side of this conflict as we engage with protesters, the police, local residents who are providing aid to refugees, a human rights advocate, and the prominent politician Suren Petrosyan, leader of Armenia's Democratic Union Party, who is currently on a hunger strike. But what is the core of this conflict? The Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict has deep historical roots. It's a battle over control and residency in Nagorno-Karabakh (known as Artsakh to Armenians), a region recognized internationally as part of Azerbaijan but predominantly inhabited by Armenians. Azerbaijan seeks total control, while Karabakh Armenians fight for self-determination, fearing oppression and even ethnic cleansing under Azerbaijani rule. This new outbreak of war, disguised as an "anti-terrorism operation" by Azerbaijan, had been brewing for months. As a result, the region's population of 120,000 Armenians faces a dire humanitarian crisis marked by food shortages, power outages, and restricted aid access due to the Lachin corridor's closure by Azerbaijan. The people of Nagorno-Karabakh, along with their supporters, relatives, and friends in Armenia, feel abandoned, believing that Armenia, the EU, the USA, and even the Russian peacekeepers have not done enough to protect them, resulting in the tragic death of hundreds of Artsakh Armenians. This situation reminds of the tragic event called the Armenian Genocide from 1915 to 1923. During this time, the Ottoman Empire, which is now modern-day Turkey, systematically killed or deported a large portion of its Armenian population, leading to the death of an estimated 1.5 million Armenians. We pay our respects at Yerevan's Tsitsernakaberd Memorial complex, which is dedicated to the memory of the genocide's victims. Our journey also takes us to the iconic Mother Armenia statue, a symbol of Armenia, situated in Victory Park and overlooking the capital city. Its location on a hill makes it look like a guardian of the Armenian capital (the Pink City). This is an eye-opening journey into the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict and into the heart of Armenia’s capital city, accompanied by a tour of Yerevan's most significant landmarks, including Republic Square, Khachkar Square (near Vernissage), Freedom Square, Alexander Tamanyan Park, the Cascade Complex, Mother Armenia Statue, Victory Park, Tsitsernakaberd, and the Armenian Genocide Memorial Complex with its eternal flame. Thank you for watching & commenting! Much love xx Nicole & Roberto 🎥 Watch RELATED VIDEO DAY 1 of our Grand Armenian Road Trip 🚗🇦🇲 🤍 Travel video 14 | Filmed September 2023 #armenia #yerevan #documentary #travel - 💌 Hi there! We would love to hear from you, so please feel free to get in touch with us and share your thoughts! 👍 By giving a „Thumbs up“ you are helping this video become visible to others (thank you!) 🔔 Please subscribe and turn on notifications for our newest videos 🤍 🤝 Connect with us on Social Media for daily adventures & behind-the-scenes ► on Instagram: 🤍 ► on Facebook: 🤍 - 👩🏼🧔🏻 WHO ARE WE? We are Nicole from Austria/Germany and Roberto from Switzerland/Italy. We believe that there's more to travel than just the typical tourist sights. We delve deeper into the culture, people, and way of life in each destination, rather than just focusing on the tourist attractions or surface-level experiences. Join us on this journey! We hope our travel videos inform & inspire you!
I can't get over how beautiful Armenia is 💛 We need to start talking about this country right now, because with its epic nature and friendly people, I can see it becoming the next BIG travel destination 😍 My roadtrip across Armenia took me from the capital Yerevan (which is super cool and happening, by the way!) to the mountains in the West, across all the Monasteries (Tatev, Sevan, Khor Virap...), to Lake Sevan and Garni. It. Was. Epic. » FOLLOW ME ON INSTA FOR DAILY TRAVEL: 🤍
Walking tour in Yerevan, Armenia on November 22, 2023.I hope to enjoy it! 00:00 Highlights 00:35 Route Map 00:45 Republic Square 05:40 Abovyan Street 15:35 Tumanyan Street 21:40 Northern Avenue 27:15 Pushkin Street 30:45 Koghbatsi Street 32:42 Manuchyan Park 33:45 Mashtots Avenue 50:00 Moskovyan Street 50:55 Cascade Complex Subscribe to this channel for more support so I can produce better videos for you Support me: 🤍 If anyone wants to delete their face in this video, please contact me: abysshi🤍gmail.com #yerevan #armenia #walking_tour
Yerevan Armenia; BEST KEPT SECRET 🇦🇲 Join me as we tour the city of Yerevan in Armenia. My experience in Armenia was so impressive, I am surprised it is not on everyone's list of places to visit. We take a long walk around the city of Yerevan, where we get the opportunity to meet the locals, visit amazing places across the city, and indulge in the amazing Armenian cuisine. If you enjoy adventure videos from the former Soviet Union and Central & Eastern Europe, then grab your vodka, some zakusky and join me as we visit the amazing city of Yerevan in Aremnia. Thank you to all my Patreons for your support and helping make this channel what it is! (Maruta Kelers, Yasmin Nakic, Richard Dawson, Bartram Kelley, Ian Oz, Martin Zilli, Dan Ward) Show your support and join my Patreon: 🤍 Let’s keep in touch Follow me on instagram: 🤍 Justin Eastern Europe Facebook Group: 🤍 Justin’s Mailing list: 🤍 Serious about developing a new language? Then register to be notified when my online course ‘’Speak any Language with Justin’’ becomes available and receive an early discount 🤍
Join me on a virtual walking tour of Yerevan, Armenia on a hot summer evening. We will explore the vibrant and colorful streets of the capital city, where history and modernity coexist. We will start our tour at Saryan Street, named after the famous Armenian painter Martiros Saryan. This street is full of cozy cafes, art galleries, and souvenir shops. You can admire the paintings of Saryan and other local artists, or enjoy a cup of coffee and a slice of cake. Next, we will head to Pushkin Street, which connects Saryan Street with Teryan Street. Pushkin Street is one of the oldest streets in Yerevan, dating back to the 19th century. It is also one of the most beautiful streets, with its elegant buildings, green trees, and flower beds. We will continue our tour on Teryan Street, which is one of the main arteries of Yerevan. Teryan Street is named after the renowned Armenian poet and public figure Hovhannes Teryan. This street is full of life and energy, with its shops, restaurants, bars, and clubs. From Teryan Street, we will turn to Northern Avenue, a pedestrian avenue that connects the Opera House with Republic Square. Northern Avenue is a modern and stylish street, with its high-rise buildings, luxury hotels, and brand stores. Finally, we will reach Republic Square, the heart of Yerevan. Republic Square is a large circular plaza that is surrounded by impressive buildings with pink tuff stone facades. You can see the Government House, the National Gallery, the History Museum, and the Marriott Hotel. You can also enjoy the spectacular fountain show that takes place every evening with lights and music. I hope you enjoyed this virtual walking tour of Yerevan, Armenia on a hot summer evening. If you did, please like this video and subscribe to my channel OBSERVER for more amazing content. Thank you for watching! 😊 00:00 Highlights 00:37 Route map 00:45 Saryan Street 09:00 Pushkin Street 19:15 Teryan Street 21:15 Northern Ave. 28:15 Abovyan Street 31:00 Republic Square Subscribe to this channel for more support so I can produce better videos for you Support me: 🤍 If anyone wants to delete their face in this video, please contact me: abysshi🤍gmail.com #yerevan #armenia #walking_tour
In this video, I take you on a walking tour of Yerevan, the capital and largest city of Armenia and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. I start from Kuryun Street, a lively and colorful street that connects Republic Square and the Opera House. I walk along the street and admire the beautiful buildings, monuments, and fountains that reflect the history and culture of Yerevan. I then turn to Abovyan Street, one of the main and oldest streets in Yerevan, where you can see the mix of old and new architecture, from 19th-century churches and mansions to modern skyscrapers and hotels. I also show you some of the attractions that make this street unique, such as the Vernissage Market, the National Gallery, and the Blue Mosque. I then continued to Isahakyan Street, named after the famous Armenian poet Avetik Isahakyan. This street is full of greenery and charm, with many cafes, restaurants, shops, and galleries where you can enjoy the authentic flavors and hospitality of Yerevan. I also pass by some of the cultural and educational institutions of Yerevan, such as the Matenadaran, the Institute of Literature, and the State University. I then walk to Moskovyan Street, another important street in Yerevan that connects the Opera House and the Cascade Complex. This street is also known for its vibrant nightlife, with many bars, clubs, and pubs where you can have fun and meet new people. I then reach the Cascade Complex, a massive staircase that links the downtown area with the Monument neighborhood. The Cascade Complex is a stunning architectural masterpiece that features fountains, sculptures, gardens, and terraces that offer breathtaking views of the city and Mount Ararat. The Cascade Complex also houses the Cafesjian Center for the Arts, a museum that displays contemporary art from around the world. I then walk to Baghramyan Avenue. Finally, I ended my tour at France Square, a beautiful square that celebrates the friendship between Armenia and France. I hope you enjoy this video and learn more about Yerevan, a city that has a lot to offer to its visitors. If you like this video, please subscribe to my channel and leave a comment below. Thank you for watching! 00:00 Koryun Street 05:35 Abovyan Street 08:40 Isahakyan Street 12:00 Poplavok Park 14:20 Moscovyan Street 18:15 Mashtots Avenue 20:50 Isahakyan Street 25:40 Baghramyan Avenue 29:35 France Square Subscribe to this channel for more support so I can produce better videos for you Support me: 🤍 If anyone wants to delete their face in this video, please contact me: abysshi🤍gmail.com #yerevan #armenia #walking_tour
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I landed at Yerevan Airport and hailed a Yandex Taxi to take me to the Katar Hostel. Although there was a slight delay in checking in, I was soon shown to my room. After a quick nap, I headed out to explore the Vernissage Souvenir Market and bought a few things. I also climbed the Cascade Complex, which offered a breathtaking view of the city. Later, I went to Victory Park to see the statue of Mother Armenia and tried lavash, a delicious traditional Armenian dish. ▷ More videos from Armenia: 🤍 ▷ Also watch: 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► Second channel: youtube.com/🤍maartentravels_ ► 🤍 ► maarten🤍maartentravels.com 0:00 Yerevan Airport 1:50 Yandex Taxi 4:06 Kantar Hostel 8:10 Vernissage Market 13:46 Drinking Kvass 17:12 Cascade Complex 21:59 Victory Park 26:36 Eating Lavash #armenia #yerevan #solotravel
Yerevan is the capital city of Armenia and it has SO MUCH TO OFFER. From its gorgeous Republic Square in the heart of the city, to the towering views from Cascades, you can really feel the culture and history of Armenia come alive in this city. Since Yerevan is not the most popular tourist destination, I decided to do a full length city guide for anyone who is thinking of coming here with some personal suggestions for accommodation, restaurants and attractions. I hope you will find this video helpful and I will link the two airbnbs I stayed at down below: Soviet apartment: 🤍 The Soviet apartment was definitely my favorite. The more modern airbnb was good, but communication with the host took forever. Still a nice place though so I will also link below. Modern apartment: 🤍 Support my journey on Patreon: 🤍 Paypal Account: alina_397🤍hotmail.com Travel Medical Insurance I use: Get 5% OFF Hey Mondo: 🤍 SafetyWing (best for younger travelers + digital nomads): 🤍?referenceID=alinamcleod&utm_source=alinamcleod&utm_medium=Ambassador *I use both of these companies depending on the destination and requirements of entry. If you are going to be abroad for a long time and/or don't need as much coverage, I would recommend SafetyWing. BUT you cannot purchase SafetyWing WHILE in Canada or USA. You can only purchase once already abroad. Hey Mondo is more expensive but offers a higher level of coverage including plans that have trip cancellation/interruption insurance. Hey Mondo would be the better insurance to use if you need travel medical insurance when applying for a visa. Both companies cover covid. I am an affiliate for both companies, but I pay for my own policies.* The Music I Use In My Videos - Epidemic Sound Get a 30 Day FREE TRIAL by using my referral link: 🤍 - Equipment I Use To Film Videos - Main Video Camera: DJI Osmo Pocket - 🤍 *The Version 2 is out now as well, which I will probably upgrade to at some point: 🤍 Action Camera: DJI Action - 🤍 Photography + Sit down camera: Sony a6400 - 🤍 Drone: DJI Spark *they don't make it anymore, but the comparable option is the DJI Mini 2: 🤍 Microphone: Rode Micro - 🤍 Livestreaming Equipment: Iphone 11 and DJI OM 4 - 🤍 * FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA * Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 WEBSITE - 🤍 Мой русскоязычный канал / My Russian Speaking Channel: 🤍 * I USE AFFILIATE LINKS * Affiliate links do not cost you as the consumer any more than you would normally pay, but it does offer a kickback to the person who initiated the sale. This allows me to financially continue to be able to make content for you and I only endorse products I genuinely love. Any sponsored content will be stated as so. Contact me: alina_397🤍hotmail.com Lots of love xx Alina
TOP 10 Things to do in Yerevan, Armenia 2023! Yerevan, Armenia is an amazing place to visit in Armenia. If you want to know top 10 what to do in Yerevan or you need a travel guide, please keep watching For number 6, we invite you to Explore the Vernissage Flea Market: This bustling open-air market showcases an eclectic array of handmade crafts, traditional Armenian art, vintage items, and souvenirs. It's a fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture, interact with friendly artisans, and take home one-of-a-kind treasures that embody the rich heritage and creativity of Armenia. Moving on to number 5, we have the Old Town: The narrow winding streets, charming architecture, and historic landmarks create an enchanting ambiance. Discover ancient churches, traditional houses, and artisan workshops that showcase the city's rich heritage. Immerse yourself in the vibrant local culture, savor Armenian delicacies, and experience the warmth of the locals, making it a truly unforgettable and culturally enriching experience. At number 4, we recommend Visiting the Armenian Opera and Ballet Theatre: As one of the oldest opera houses in the world, it showcases a rich heritage of classical and contemporary performances. From mesmerizing ballets to soul-stirring operas, the theater's impeccable acoustics and grand architecture immerse visitors in an unforgettable artistic journey, highlighting the nation's deep appreciation for the performing arts. At number 3, we highly recommend a visit to Cafesjian Center for the Arts: This architectural gem showcases a diverse collection of contemporary and modern art, both local and international. With its stunning setting in the Cascade complex, the center offers breathtaking views of Mount Ararat and a rich cultural experience through its exhibitions, making it a unique and inspiring destination in the heart of Armenia's capital. Now, let's unveil number 2 on our list—Taste Armenian Cuisine: With a rich culinary heritage, the restaurant offers a delightful array of delectable food, from succulent kebabs to flavorful dolmas and baklava. Immerse yourself in the vibrant ambiance and warm hospitality, providing an unforgettable dining experience that celebrates the essence of Armenia's gastronomic culture. Finally, securing the number 1 spot on our list is Erebuni Museum and Fortress: It allows you to explore the ancient origins of the city, with well-preserved artifacts and exhibits showcasing its rich history. The museum provides fascinating insights into the Urartian civilization and the founding of Yerevan, making it a must-visit destination for history enthusiasts and those seeking a deeper understanding of Armenia's cultural heritage.
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Join me on a walking tour in Yerevan, the capital and largest city of Armenia, and one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. In this video, I'll show you some of the best places to visit in Yerevan, such as Republic Square, the Opera House, France Square, Sayat Nova Ave., Mesrop Mashtots Ave., Abovyan St., and Tumanyan St. You'll also see the beautiful spring atmosphere in Yerevan, with colorful flowers, green trees, and lots of street musicians. Yerevan is a city of history, culture, and art, with a large number of museums, monuments, and public libraries. Yerevan is a city that will surprise you with its charm and hospitality. If you like this video, please give it a thumbs up and leave a comment below. What do you think of Yerevan? Have you ever been there or would you like to go? Let me know in the comments. And don't forget to subscribe to my channel for more walking tours around the world. Video Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:39 Mashtots Ave. 04:00 France Sq. 08:15 Sayat Nova Ave. 14:40 Abovyan St. 17:50 Tumanyan St. 21:40 Northern Ave. 22:30 Teryan St. 25:30 Pushkin St. 28:00 Northern Ave. 30:10 Abovyan St. 33:05 Republic Sq. Follow me on: - Instagram: 🤍 - Facebook: 🤍 Disclaimer: - Some of the links in this description are affiliate links, which means I may earn a small commission if you click on them and make a purchase. This helps support my channel and allows me to make more videos like this. Thank you for your support! 🤍 If anyone wants to delete their face in this video, please contact me: abysshi🤍gmail.com #yerevan #armenia #walking_tour
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2 Brits On A travel Adventure To Yerevan Armenia 🇦🇲 🇬🇧 Join me and my son David on the craziest journey to Yerevan Armenia. The Adventure begins in Riga Latvia where we board a Wizz Air flight to Kutaisi Georgia, with the aim of arriving in Yerevan as soon as possible. Armed with no plan we land in Kutaisi at almost 1 am, with no internet connection and make our way to the Kutaisi Train Station. To our delight, the next train to Tbilisi is at 2:30am. As we waited for the train to Tbilisi, we found ourselves at a deserted train station with only a wild dog to entertain us. Stranded with no food, and no cash to get anything from a cash-only vending machine, the night watchman finally arrived. I thought our luck was changing and we would now get fed and sort out some internet. None of that happened!!! We finally get on the overcrowded train and after almost 5 hours we arrive in Tbilisi in the early hours of the morning, to find everything is closed. Now we are hungry and aggravated, but we stick to the mission and figure out how to get to Yerevan. So we hop in a cab and go to the Bus Station to take a minibus to Yerevan. This being my first time riding a Marshrutka from Tbilisi to Yerevan I did not know what to expect. I was firstly surprised and disappointed that the trip was another 6 hours, but also horrified once I saw how crazy the driver was. If you enjoy adventure videos from the former Soviet Union and Central & Eastern Europe, then grab your vodka, some zakusky and join me as we go on the craziest of travel adventures to Yerevan in Armenia. Thank you to all my Patreons for your support and helping make this channel what it is! (Maruta Kelers, Yasmin Nakic, Richard Dawson, Bartram Kelley, Ian Oz, Martin Zilli, Dan Ward) Show your support and join my Patreon: 🤍 Let’s keep in touch Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Justin Eastern Europe Facebook Group: 🤍 Justin’s Mailing list: 🤍 Serious about developing a new language? Then register to be notified when my online course ‘’Speak any Language with Justin’’ becomes available and receive an early discount 🤍
Join me on a virtual walking tour in downtown Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, recorded on July 28, 2023. In this video, you will see the vibrant and diverse cultural scene of the city, with musicians, singers, and dancers of various Armenian and other nations performing in the streets. You will also see the mood of the people in this atmosphere full of vitality, beauty, and art. Yerevan is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, and it has a lot to offer to its visitors. You will see some of the must-visit attractions in Yerevan, such as the Cascade Stairway and Museum, Freedom Square, Republic Square, and France Square. I hope you enjoy this video and subscribe to my channel OBSERVER for more virtual tours around the world. 00:00 Highlights 00:48 Republic Square 05:00 Northern Ave. 16:55 Swan Lake 19:00 Freedom Square 22:20 Mashtots Ave. 23:45 France Square 28:15 Moskovyan St. 30:45 Cascade Complex Subscribe to this channel for more support so I can produce better videos for you Support me: 🤍 If anyone wants to delete their face in this video, please contact me: abysshi🤍gmail.com #yerevan #armenia #walking_tour
We spent a couple of days in Yerevan to explore the city and restart our year in Georgia. I've edited little pieces filmed on different days into one "one-day" vlog to make it more enjoyable for you to watch. Hope you'll like it! Thank you for watching 💛 ▪️Support me on Patreon: 🤍 It helps me to keep my videos free from sponsored ads 💛 ☕️ You also can buy me a cup of coffee at 🤍 📲 Instagram: 🤍 02:56 - breakfast 04:13 - the local church 04:58 - giant stairs 08:40 - cars 🚗 09:51 - traditional lunch 11:37 - flea market 13:28 - fancy city center 15:52 - history 17:49 - dinner 18:31 - a special treat This video was not sponsored. #armenia #yerevan #victoriaterekhina #minimalrussiangirl #travelvlog
Hi everyone! This is episode nine of my Caucasus series in which I travel through Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia. As the title suggests, this video should give you valuable information on whether you should put this city on your travel list. Regardless of my comments, suggestions or views, only you can make the final decision! In this video, I visit Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. The vlog starts with a view of the city and Mount Ararat from the Cascade Complex, the main attraction in Yerevan. Legend has it that Noah's Ark is situated on Mount Ararat, which is actually located in modern Turkey, but is also a symbol of Yerevan as you can see the mountain from the city on a clear day. The Cascade Complex, made from limestone, was constructed in the Soviet era in two parts, and one can either walk to the top or take the escalator in the Cafesjian Center for the Arts - a handy tip for lazy tourists like myself! I talk about the history of Armenia as well as the origin of the name 'Yerevan', for which there are various theories. The general consensus amongst modern scholars appear to be that it is derived from the Erebuni Fortress and that Yerevan was established in 782 BC which makes the city older than Rome. The name of Yerevan during Persian rule was 'Irivan', until the Russians captured Irivan and renamed it 'Erivan'. Yerevan and Armenia was also part of the Russian Empire and later the Soviet Union - it declared independence on 28 April 1918 but the Red Army invaded again in 1920, which started the Sovietisation of Armenia. Yerevan was a small provincial town during the Russian Empire but grew considerably in the 20th century. Its current population is just over one million. Armenia declared independence from the Soviet Union on 21 September 1991, roughly three months before the Soviet Union completely collapsed. Yerevan is also nicknamed the 'Pink City' due to the large number of buildings made from volcanic tuff, a type of rock made from volcanic ash. Yerevan still maintains a very Soviet feel in terms of its architecture and statues that are scattered all across the city in parks and other public spaces. In the area around the complex, there are also beautiful works of art, nice coffee shops and jazz bars. I was told people in Yerevan love coffee! After visiting the Cascade Complex, we walk towards the center (also known as 'Kentron') and pass various parks and other green spaces, as well as the Armenian National Opera and Ballet Theatre located on Liberty Square (which I mistakenly later refer to as 'France Square' due to misreading my map!). I briefly mention religion and that Armenia is the oldest Christian country in the world, with the Armenian Apostolic Church as the national church in the country. I also mention Vardavar, the summer festival that takes place on the 14th Sunday after Easter and where people drench each other with water during the hot summer. After visiting Liberty Square (which also features bumper cars!), we head to Northern Avenue, a major pedestrian avenue in the city renowned for its shopping but also luxury residential flats. We are greeted at the outset by a mascot that promotes the 2023 European Weightlifting Championships in Yerevan as well as large buildings that show off the luxurious side of the city. I also visit the Tashir Street Shopping Gallery, which is an underground area, and explain the meaning behind the Armenian flag, also known as the 'Armenian Tricolour'. We also see the symbolic Key of Yerevan. We then head towards Republic Square, where I talk more about the use of volcanic tuff in the construction of the five main buildings around the square. After our brief visit here, we head to Vernissage, a flea market / open shopping area selling authentic Armenian products. I also have a street lunch here at the end of the market. After lunch, I head back to the center and pass through Vernissage again, before walking through several streets again including Nalbandyan Street, Tumanyan Street and Abovyan Street. We also pass Saint Anna Church the nearby Yerevan State Puppet Theatre, after which I quench my thirst with a smoothie from one of the smoothie bars. We also pass the Moscow Cinema and the Yerevan Grand Hotel before walking back to the hostel along Pushkin Street, where I show my room and some of the common areas in the hostel. Throughout the vlog, I make various observations and impressions regarding Yerevan, whilst also offering tips and advice that might be useful should you decide to visit the city. And that is the aim of this video - to help you decide whether Yerevan is the right destination for YOU! Hope you enjoy this video! If you haven't done it yet, please hit 'LIKE' and 'SUBSCRIBE' - it really helps this channel to grow! :) Happy exploring! Willie "Correction: 2:54 Yerevats means it appeared or is visible"
This is my first time to the beautiful country of Armenia. This country, and it's people, know how to eat! We're taking you on a 24 hour STREET FOOD tour in the capital city of Yerevan. Today we will learn about the long and complicated past of this small landlocked country. From the rich history to the devout religion of its people. Armenia has a lot to learn about, and we will be learning about that together in today's episode. Our menu for the day includes homemade "msho dolma" a dish originating from "western Armenia" or present day Turkey. Bulgar and chopped beef is wrapped in a vine leaf to create an incredibly delicious bite. Next up it's off to see how traditional Armenian gata is made. After what feels like endless free samples at Yerevan's famous GUM Market we head to Vostan restaurant to taste more traditional Armenian cuisine including melt-in-your-mouth lamb. CHAPTERS : 0:00-0:50 Intro 0:50-4:23 Yerevan Sightseeing 4:23-8:32 Dolma Making 8:32-11:41 Eating Dolma 11:41-15:16 Echmiadzin 15:16-19:39 Gata 19:39-26:14 GUM Market 26:14-31:50 Dinner at Vostan 31:50-32:14 Outro Huge thank you to the Armenian Tourism Board for inviting us to their beautiful country! I'm Luke Martin, food lover and world traveller! I make videos about local, authentic and unique foods from across the globe. I particularly like to sample street food across Asia. I’ve eaten my way across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, parts of Africa, North America and the list is still growing! My mission is to create content that is entertaining, informative, honest and fun! I love what I do and I'm always grateful for your support! Thank you and see you on the next episode! 👕 BUY CHOPSTICK TRAVEL MERCH : 🤍 🥢 SUPPORT CHOPSTICK TRAVEL : 🤍 🤍 📱FOLLOW CHOPSTICK TRAVEL : 🤍 🤍 🤍 🎵 MUSIC (try it for free) : 🤍
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All photographs and video clips in this video are from my vacation. Video edited by 🤍JessicaShaw A few small corrections. * Google translate does support Armenian for text but not voice. It does do voice translation for Russian. * You can also fly to Armenia via Qatar and may be able to have fewer connections * There are more options for getting to Armenia from the US via Europe than I experienced out of Denver. From your location you may find better options. When I booked my trip no matter what I did it always took me in and out of Yerevan to Europe at 4am. * If you ask a waiter in a restaurant to add a tip to the bill they will. But it's not automatic like it is in the US 20 Travel Tips I wish I knew before visiting Yerevan, Armenia: -Bring treats for Yerevan street dogs -Don’t rent a car -Walk around Yerevan in safety -Flashing police lights do not mean that you are in trouble. Getting yelled at in Armenian over a loudspeaker might mean that you are though -Bring both cash and credit cards. American Express is not widely accepted Avoid getting large bills (10,000 or 20,000 drams) when exchanging currency -Streetlights have a countdown timer telling you how long you have to cross or how long you have to wait -Use Google translate when needed, don’t expect many people to speak English -Don’t bother to smile or nod at strangers on the street. They won’t -Don’t try to fly to Armenia in one long travel day. It’s just too much -Give yourself plenty of time for your connecting flights -Try to upgrade to business class on your flight out -Do walk up the cascade complex and to the genocide memorial and sculpture gardens -Get Google Fi for your travel cellphone -Go on a tour to Garni Temple, Symphony of Stones, and Gerhardt Monastery -If you have the fitness level, take a hiking tour; perhaps to the south peak of Mount Aragats -Get an ice cream or smoothie at any one of the hundreds of small shops -Explore the parks and especially see the water fountain shows at night -Souvenir shopping at Vernissage -Enjoy the nightlife in Yerevan especially the open air bars and cafes with live music near Republic Square and the Opera House
Hello everyone and welcome back to the channel! Today I am going to take you on a walk through Vernissage, a popular location here in Yerevan for both locals and tourists where you can find all kinds of antiques, hand made gifts from jewelry to chess boards and interesting people. It's one of my favorite places to visit especially during the weekends. Let me know in the comments what you thought, and and questions. I hope you enjoy and as always have a good day, take care, peace! Thank you for watching! Please like, share, subscribe and stay tuned for new videos in the future! Living In Yerevan #armenia #yerevan #vlog #history #travelvlog #sightseeing #walking #citywalk #city Music Provided By Free Stock Music: 🤍 just checking in by foxxy mulderr just checking in by foxxy mulderr | 🤍 Music promoted by 🤍 Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) 🤍
Best Places to visit in Armenia 🇦🇲 #Armenia is well-known for its stunning scenery, food, culture, and history. Since Armenia was the first country to embrace Christianity, it is home to some of the world's oldest churches and monasteries, many of which are built in breathtaking natural surroundings. In this video we have explored the Top Ten most beautiful #places to #visit in the wondrous land of Armenia, so if you are planning a trip to this country, we have got you covered with this video. 10: Tsaghkadzor 09: Garni Temple 08: Etchmiadzin 07: Dilijan National Park 06: Goris 05: Debed Canyon 04: Lake Sevan 03: Noravank 02: Geghard Monastery 01: Yerevan #travel #tourism #Armenia RELATED VIDEOS: Discover ARMENIA in Ultra HD | Best Places to Visit in Armenia 2019 | Armenia Travel Guide 2018 🤍 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit ARMENIA Right Now 🤍 Visit Armenia | HD 🤍 Visit Armenia. A video traveling Guide across the country 🤍
In this video, I take you on a walking tour of Yerevan, the capital and largest city of Armenia and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. I start from Saryan Park, a beautiful park that is named after the famous Armenian painter Martiros Saryan. This park is a popular place for locals and tourists alike to relax, have a picnic, or enjoy the art and culture of Yerevan. You can see some of the sculptures and paintings that are inspired by Saryan’s works, as well as the colorful fountain that changes its colors according to the music. I then walk to Mashtots Avenue, one of the main and busiest streets in Yerevan, where you can see the mix of old and new architecture, from Soviet-era buildings to modern shopping malls and hotels. You can also admire the monuments and statues that commemorate the heroes and leaders of Armenia, such as Mesrop Mashtots, the inventor of the Armenian alphabet, and Alexander Tamanyan, the chief architect of Yerevan. I then turn to Tumanyan Street, named after the great Armenian poet Hovhannes Tumanyan. This street is full of life and charm, with many cafes, restaurants, shops, and galleries where you can enjoy the authentic flavors and hospitality of Yerevan. I then continue to Koghbatsi Street, another important street in Yerevan that connects the Opera House and the Republic Square. This street is also known for its vibrant nightlife, with many bars, clubs, and pubs where you can have fun and meet new people. I then walk to Pushkin Street, named after the famous Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. This street is full of greenery and beauty, with many trees that turn yellow in autumn and create a stunning contrast with the blue sky. You can also see some of the attractions that make this street unique, such as the Blue Mosque, the only active mosque in Armenia, and the Matenadaran, a museum and research center that houses thousands of ancient manuscripts and books. I then reach Northern Avenue, a pedestrian avenue that links the Opera House and the Republic Square. This avenue is a modern and stylish part of Yerevan, where you can find some of the most luxurious and fashionable shops, restaurants, and hotels in the city. You can also enjoy the street singers and musicians who perform various genres of music, from classical to rock to folk. I then walk to Republic Square, the main square of Yerevan and the heart of the city. This square is a stunning architectural masterpiece that features fountains, sculptures, gardens, and terraces that offer breathtaking views of the city and Mount Ararat. The square also houses some of the most important buildings in Yerevan, such as the Government House, the History Museum, and the National Gallery. The square also hosts various events and shows that showcase the art and culture of Yerevan, such as the famous dancing fountains that light up at night. Finally, I end my tour at Tigran Mets Avenue, a prestigious avenue that hosts some of the most prominent political and diplomatic buildings in Yerevan. You can also see some of the attractions that make this avenue unique, such as Russia Mall, one of the largest shopping malls in Armenia that offers a variety of shops, restaurants, entertainment facilities, Old Russia Cinema, one of the oldest cinemas in Yerevan that still operates today. I hope you enjoy this video and learn more about Yerevan, a city that has a lot to offer to its visitors. If you like this video, please subscribe to my channel OBSERVER, and leave a comment below. Thank you for watching! 00:00 Saryan Park 01:05 Mashtots Avenue 05:10 Tumanyan Street 07:35 Koghbatsi Street 11:15 Pushkin Street 13:30 Teryan Street 15:45 Northern Avenue 22:25 Abovyan Street 25:10 Republic Square 28:40 Tigran Mets Avenue Subscribe to this channel for more support so I can produce better videos for you Support me: 🤍 If anyone wants to delete their face in this video, please contact me: abysshi🤍gmail.com #yerevan #armenia #walking_tour
Ever since my previous trip to the Caucasus region, I have wanted to come back. The beautiful mountainous nature combined with interesting orthodox christian architecture has a feel like nowhere else. And this time I chose Armenia. We will explore some of the most remote spots on the map in the later videos, but today let me just share with you some of my first impressions of this city. What is the general feel? What is the city like? What did I like? What did I dislike? Let's dive in Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 * Subscribe: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 * Get 40€ free Airbnb credit 🤍 #lexuniverse #armenia #travel #travelvlog #traveling #yerevan Afterlife by Alexander Nakarada | 🤍 Music promoted by 🤍 Creative Commons / Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) 🤍
Yerevan is the capital and largest city of Armenia and one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. Situated along the Hrazdan River, Yerevan is the administrative, cultural, and industrial center of the country, as its primate city. It has been the capital since 1918, the fourteenth in the history of Armenia and the seventh located in or around the Ararat Plain. The city also serves as the seat of the Araratian Pontifical Diocese, which is the largest diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church and one of the oldest dioceses in the world. According to the official estimate of 2022, the current population of the city is 1,092,800. Yerevan was named the 2012 World Book Capital by UNESCO. Yerevan is an associate member of Eurocities.
#YeravanRestaurants #RestaurantsInYerevan Setting the criteria for our list of the 10 best restaurants in Yerevan was the easy bit. Anywhere we felt compelled to revisit again and again was instantly in. We’re excited to give you Yerevan's top 10 restaurants to visit in Yerevan, presented in no particular order. In our list surely the ultimate guide to the best restaurants in Yerevan – you’ll find it all: the best new openings, classic cheap eats. What they all have in common is that they serve some of the best dishes in Yerevan best restaurants for any budget, with service befitting the setting. In short, if you’re looking for a great meal, you’ve come to the right place. Yerevan has no shortage of excellent restaurants in Yerevan. Almost every month, there is another new spot to eat opening in the city. Since we are spoiled for choice on where to dine, it might be hard to pick where to eat next. So to help you figure out the places you need to try, we've gathered up a bucket list of the best restaurants in Yerevan that you won't regret going to. Apricot Wanderer's mission is to promote the beauty of the capitals of the world as well as cities and promote the tourism of those cities. There are many beautiful restaurants in Yerevan. Armenia has some of the best restaurants in Yerevan. We collected data on the top 10 restaurants to visit in Yerevan. There are many famous restaurants in Yerevan and some of them are beautiful restaurants in Yerevan. People from all over Armenia love these Yerevan beautiful restaurants which are also Yerevan famous restaurants. In this video, we will show you the beautiful restaurants to visit in Yerevan. Please like this video and subscribe to our YouTube channel Apricot Wanderers and press the Bell icon to stay updated for more videos. FOLLOW US: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Please Visit our Official Website for Tourism Blogs 🤍 Credits:- Music: 🤍bensound.com
welcome to my traveling guide as a solo traveler in Yerevan, Armenia! in this vlog i share the best food spots and trendy cafes, my money exchange experience and travel tips if you happen to be alone in this wonderful country. this is part 1 of my journey btw, so don’t forget to subscribe to see part 2 ;) i had such an amazing time there, people were super friendly and the service at cafes was on top too. i wish i had more time to explore and learn more about Armenia! hotel i stayed at: Rooftop Apart-Hotel cafes i visited in this video: Eat & Fit Healthy Food Café Hayk Coffee Roasters 💡click to subscribe → 🤍 ☕️ buy me a coffee → 🤍 🌍 my socials: instagram — 🤍 tiktok — 🤍 pinterest — 🤍 📩 business inquiries: katyakrsn.info🤍gmail.com 📹 my equipment: iphone 12 gimbal: zhiyun smooth 5 mic: deity v-mic d4 mini edited on: final cut pro x 🎧 music: epidemic sound — 🤍 #armenia #travelvlog #solotravel
Join me on a walking tour of Yerevan, the capital and largest city of Armenia. Yerevan is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, with a history dating back to the 8th century BC. In this video, I will show you some of the most beautiful and interesting places in the city center, such as Republic Square, Northern Avenue, the Opera House, the Cascade Complex, and more. You will also see the vibrant and colorful streets of Yerevan, where you can find cafes, restaurants, shops, and lots of street musicians. You will also witness the golden hour of the day when the sun sets behind the majestic Mount Ararat and casts a warm glow over the city. You will also meet some of the friendly and hospitable locals who will share their stories and culture with you. This video is a great way to discover Yerevan, a city that combines ancient heritage with modern flair. I hope you enjoy it and don’t forget to like and subscribe! 00:00 Highlights 00:35 Cascade Complex 06:50 France Sq. 10:00 Mashtots Ave. 13:05 Tumanyan St. 15:23 Koghbatsi St. 16:46 Hin Yerevantsi St. 17:40 Northern Ave. 22:30 Pushkin St. 26:55 Koghbatsi St. 29:57 Missak Manouchyan Park 33:03 Mashtots Ave. 35:22 Amiryan St. 42:10 Republic Sq. Subscribe to this channel for more support so I can produce better videos for you. Support me: 🤍 If anyone wants to delete their face in this video, please contact me: abysshi🤍gmail.com #yerevan #armenia #walking_tour
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