Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Armenia is not a big country (7 times smaller than Belarus territory), that suffered much from the Azerbaijani-Armenian conflict and its economy still has not restored. But it has enormously rich Orthodox heritage. Its cognac is popular world wide but its wonderful pomegranate wine is not. Like in Azerbaijan and Georgia Armenian people are very kind and hospitable.

Some mobile phone photos of the trip to Armenia.

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

At the Armenian boundary

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Tbilisi train

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

At the station

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Resembles Minsk of the 90s…

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Musical fountains

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

In a popular cafe

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Inventor of the Armenian alphabet

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Heathen temple in Garni settlement

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Stone symphony

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Ancient Gegard complex in the rock

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Sevan lake (second with the largest reserve of fresh water after Titicaca)

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Still like in the 90s – horrible cafes and music on the coast.

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Working filling station, how do you like it?

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Road to Batumi

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

Echo of the 90s In Armenia

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1 thought on “Echo of the 90s In Armenia”

  1. Armenia is also reportedly famous for very beautiful women. How about pictures of some of them. The country might not look like much; but they have beautiful women and cognac, things aren’t too bad.

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