· · Findings of rock carvings in Armenia show that the creation of rockart in Armenia began in the Neolithic period, reaching its peak during the Bronze Age. In 2015. a paper, written by Tokhatyan, who's a researcher at the Institute of History of National Academy of Science of Armenia, translated from Armenian by G. D Vardumyan, was published regarding Rockart in Armenia.
· Noravank (Նորավանք, meaning new monastery) is a 13th century monastery, loed 122 km from Yerevan in a narrow gorge made by the Darichay river, nearby the city of Yeghegnadzor, gorge is known for its tall, sheer, brickred cliffs, directly across from the monastery. The monastery is best known for its twostorey S. Astvatsatsin church, which .
· In 2013 the poster of "Symphony of stones" became a winner of the "Vettor Giusti" competition of travel posters organized by UNO's World Tourism Organization. Armenia is a home for many foreign Rock Climbers who travel this country just for climbing or participating Armenian Rock Climbing Festival.
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1543 Armenian cross at Echmiadzin Monastery of Geghard, Armenia Caves of the monks, with carved rock panels, monastery of Geghard Pagan temple of Garni and old stone cross Other Armenian sacred sites include: Ancient astronomical observatories of Karahundj and Metsamor. Pagan monuments of Pordakar; Dolmen stones at Angelakoth; Zorat stone ring
· Carahunge is a prehistoric archaeological site in Armenia which some people refer to as the Armenian Stonehenge due to its stone circle similarities. The site has a total of 223 stones but some ...
· These elaborate stone crosses – both ancient and modern ones – are found all over Armenia. Next to the everpresent pomegranate, which appears in everything from cheap key chains to medieval friezes, the winged Armenian cross is perhaps the most ubiquitous and cherished symbol of this nation so rich in historical and religious symbolism. Its most characteristic manifestation is the ...
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· Rock Aid Armenia's Smoke On The Water might not have troubled Do They Know It's Christmas for title of Most Successful Charity Single Ever, but the people involved can hold their heads high. "I am very proud of my participation in that project," Brian May recalled. For Ian Gillan, there was another reason to look back fondly: "It was more fun than some of the .
9 Stone 1992 and 1994. Fig. 1. Rock 3, Wadi Haggag, the oldest Armenian inscription H Arm 6, (ԱՆԱՆԻԱ / ANANIA), x cm, photograph and the original handwritten notes by the Rock Inscriptions Project team.
· Pyramid in Armenia Hidden Under A Hill. But much remains to be done. As a result of excavations near the village of Getazat, next to one of the historical capitals of Armenia – Dvin, in 2015 researchers discovered a pyramidshaped building or as others say – a hill, completely covered with soil.
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Armenian inscription from the Vale of Elijah has been published previously, S Arm 1. The inscriptions are on granite rock which gener ally makes the lines quite wide, since the patina chips off as the incisions are made. They form an addition to the corpus that we have already pub lished from the Mount Sinai Like nearly all
· A vishap stele (known also as vishapakar and vishap stone) is a type of stone monument that can be found in Armenia. These steles may be identified by the carvings on them, usually of fishes or snakes. Hence, the vishap steles have also been referred to as 'serpent stones' and 'dragon stones'. The vishap steles are considered a part of the rock art tradition of Armenia.