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Hello everyone and welcome to the 57th edition of our popular Travel Photography Competition! This week we will be looking at photos sent into our Facebook page between 20th and 27th August. The first winning shot in this week’s competition shows an … Continue reading
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Vanadzor, situated on the Pambak River, is the third largest city in Armenia and the administrative capital of the Lori region in the north of the country. Vanadzor is a post-industrial monument to the Soviet era and as such does … Continue reading
We hitch-hiked across Armenia in summer 2011, as a part of our Caucasus-Turkey-Greece trip. Armenia is probably the easiest country we have hitchhiked in so far, due to the friendliness and hospitality of its people. We fell in love with … Continue reading
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Ani was once the thriving capital of medieval Armenia and was inhabited by 100-200 thousand people. Being an important trade hub, it was bustling with merchants, artisans, wanderers and nobles. It was also an important city for early Christians (called by … Continue reading
There is not that much in the south of Armenia apart from large empty stretches of land, long empty roads and stunning landscapes.