Armenia: Untouched beauty

The small country located in southwestern Asia, just a two-hour non-stop flight from Tel Aviv – is so unique.

By MEITAL SHARABI
June 24, 2015 17:57
Armenia

The ninth century Tatev Monastery. Today it holds a university.. (photo credit: MEITAL SHARABI)

 
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Although the choice of world travel destinations may seem endless, there actually aren’t too many places Israelis haven’t explored. And it’s pretty hard these days to find tourist spots where the natural order hasn’t been disturbed and people still live traditionally, just as their great-grandparents did.

That’s why Armenia – a small country located in southwestern Asia, just a two-hour non-stop flight from Tel Aviv – is so unique.

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