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Sights

Museum of National Architecture and Urban Life of Gyumri

Museum of National Architecture and Urban Life of Gyumri

Officially Dzitoghtsyan House-Museum of Social Life and National Architecture is a museum in Gyumri, Armenia.

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Noravank Canyon

Noravank Canyon

Vayots Dzor Region is famous for its wonderful landscape and numerous caves with amongst them…

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Sergei Parajanov House-Museum

Sergei Parajanov House-Museum

The Sergej Parajanov Museum is a tribute to one of the greatest figures of 20th-century…

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Tours

A glance of Persia Tour (8 Days)

A glance of Persia Tour (8 Days)

8 Days, 7 Nights Upon Request

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Getik Valley Rural Tour

Getik Valley Rural Tour

2 Days/1 Night Price Upon Request

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Mozrov Cave

Armenia appeals its visitors not only with sacred sights and churches but also with natural caves. There is a variety of tours one can find in Armenia; those who are looking forward to adrenaline to enjoy the trip Armenia is the very country to be visited. 

If you are willing to find a second entirely different world on the Earth than it's time for visiting Armenia. The recent discoveries in nature,  particularly caves, will take you back to thousands of years and fill your imagination with a mystery of nature and time. One of such natural sights is Mozrov Cave.

The cave was found during the road construction taking to Mozrov village in Yeghegnadzor, in Vayots Dzor Province, otherwise most possible it wouldn't be known  up till now. As strange it may sound, this natural wonder was discovered 30 years ago and since then has attracted a huge number of adventure lovers, tourists and locals.

The cave is boasting in a diversity of geological formations which seem to be carved by nature, as nothing else can have created anything more unique and marvelous than nature itself. The cave is truly glorious and it is due to the stalactites, stalagmites, helictites, columns, flowstone, cave bacon, draperies and rimstone dams that make up the base of the cave.

 

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