事事随缘Lake Sevan is the largest plateau freshwater lake in the world. Its jewel-like blue water has the reputation of "the mirror of the Caucasus". In winter, the lake is shimmering, the leaves are golden, and the lake is blue, spreading like a huge sapphire in front of you. On the nearby mountain, the golden weeds swaying in the wind, the scenery is beautiful. For thousands of years, time has passed, the beautiful resorts by the lake have changed from crop to crop, but the Sevan Monastery on the top of the mountain has always stood up. Boarding a boat to visit Saipan Lake is more pleasing to the eye, but in winter, it is really cold and windy, and Lake Sevan is even more beautiful and "frozen". By the lake is the residence of the President of Georgia. It is set against the monastery on the top of the mountain. For thousands of years, each is safe and enjoys each other. You know, no matter how beautiful the scenery is, there will be no feeling if you shoulder one's shoulders. The best advantage of the Transcaucasian countries is that there are few tourists, and the visit process is very comfortable, which makes people feel a little.
_We***34Hraparak is the central town square in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. It consists of two sections: an oval roundabout and a trapezoid-shaped section which contains a pool with musical fountains. The square is surrounded by five major buildings built in pink and yellow tuffin the neoclassical style with extensive use of Armenian motifs.This architectural ensemble includes the Government House, the History Museum and the National Gallery, Armenia Marriott Hotel and the ministries of Foreign Affairs and Transport and Communications. The square was originally designed by Alexander Tamanian in 1924.The construction of most of the buildings was completed by the 1950s; the last building—the National Gallery—was completed in 1977.
山水人生After driving to the Geghard Monastery, I saw that the parking lot was also full of cars. I finally waited for a car to leave and vacated the parking space, and quickly drove in and parked the car to take a place. The monastery was actually built in the rock, and the rock on its back was also carved with a huge cross. The golden light graced the monastery a lot. Walking into the monastery built on the hillside, you can see that many spaces inside are excavated from the rock, so this monastery also has the nickname of the cave church. The interior of the church is relatively rudimentary and there is nothing special, except that there is a spring water flowing out of the cave in one room, so there are many people waiting in line to receive the spring water. It is said that the cave singing effect in the prayer hall is very good, but unfortunately no one shouted there at the time, so I did not experience the sound of nature. Because I have to rush back to Yerevan today to return the rented car, I still need to hurry up, so I didn't stay here any more, I hurriedly walked through and looked at it, which is considered to be a visit here.
_yt***60There is a long-lasting fire to commemorate the lives that have passed away. Here you can take a panoramic view of Ararat Mountain. Here is shaded by trees. You can even see little squirrels and little foxes. It has become a good place for locals to exercise. Become the natural oxygen for everyone to breathe fresh air!
#holidayvacation winter here is warm because of the warm personality of the people.the old churches are really beautiful
Since Armenia was once part of the Soviet Union, many things were still in the past. The bus stop on the side of the road and the minibus on the street are reminiscent of the glory of the Soviet era.
At the same time Armenia has many churches. This small and fascinating country was the first place to declare Christianity as the state religion. These churches are really one of the sources that my old aunts heart is satisfied with in real life~
Next we enter the Naka area that is not recognized internationally, perhaps the traveler here too Less... People are particularly enthusiastic about us, such as the Apple store owner who gave me a big pocket of the famous Apple here, and the locals who took photos with us...