Armenians are wanderers. The main reason of it is difficult history, full of wars, cruel invaders, attempts to denationalizate the nation and persecutions. The Dispersion of Armenias is one of the largest in the world. Armenia has approximately 3 million inhabitants, while 7 million of them lives in exile. That is why for the Armenian language is so important. In the capital of Albania, Yerevan is situated the famous Matenadaran – the great repository of manuscripts. It is under the patronage of St. Mesrop Mashtots, the creator of a unique Armenian alphabet.
The climate in Armenia is very strict. In winter the temperature drops below zero and in summer reaches up to 40 degrees centigrade. Therefore, from May until autumn city lives mostly at night. Then you can easily find dozens of bars and clubs where people sitting and chillig out. In addition to traditional places with strong Armenian coffee and snacks based on coriander and bread lavash (looks like a pancakes or tortillas), the alternative locals becomes increasingly more popular. If you prefer stronger drinks, a good idea might be a trip to the factory cognac Ararat, regarded as one of the best in the former Soviet Union.During the visiting Yerevan, you should also pay attention to the massive construction of black basalt blocks. It is located at one of the peaks, arranged in a circle of huge plates that resemble Armenian crosses sculptured in stone. This is not the only attractions that you may explore in Armenia. The whole country retains the atmosphere of mysticism, keeps the memory of past epochs and defiant nature of Areminans.