In Gyumri, Armenia’s cultural capital, art, learning and science are considered the highest values for locals, and their town — a place to live and create masterpieces. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Gyumri and its small businesses felt the impact very directly.
Armenia’s IT ecosystem is growing rapidly and the solutions it offers the world are both diverse and innovative, following the latest trends and developments. Data science and AI are leading Armenia’s IT sector, with its firms bidding to take on world markets.
The Yerevani apricot variety is native to the Ararat Valley—more specifically, to Yerevan itself. Compared to other varieties, it contains less sugar, which makes it healthier. According to Vardges Davtyan, founder of Lukashin Agricultural Association in Armenia, apricot varieties grown in Armenia contain more of the carotene essential for reducing the risk of cancer.
Known as the blue jewel of Armenia, Lake Sevan boasts a huge variety of flora and fauna. Located only 200 metres away, at 1,920 m above sea level, is the village of Tsovazard. Translated from Armenian as “Sea Ornament,” the village is home to a variety of tea herbs known for their healthful properties.
AriТes travel agency is not an ordinary agency: under its slogan "Affordable tourism in Armenia", AriTes helps persons with disabilities to travel around Armenia.