Best of Armenia
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Sevanavank, a picturesque monastery overlooking the beautiful Sevan lake
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Geghard monastery, a UNESCO Heritage Site founded in the 4th century
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Garni temple, the only pagan sanctuary that survived after the country converted to Christianity
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Khor Virap, the most postcard-like monastery in Armenia, with Mount Ararat in the background
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Yerevan, the capital of the country, known as the Pink City for its stonework
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Cafesjian Center for the Arts, an outdoors and indoors museum in the center of the capital
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The Genocide museum, a heartbreaking place where you can learn about the history of Armenia
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The Wings of Tatev, the world’s longest reversible cable car
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Tatev monastery, a top-of-a-hill temple on a cliff overlooking the Vorotan river
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The Old Khndzoresk cave village, where up to 15,000 people used to live
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The Khachkars, stone carved crosses recognized as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage
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