After about 136 kilometers, it took less than three hours. At 15:20 in the afternoon, we arrived at Noratus Cemetery near Lake Sevan. This is a cemetery with a huge area. Although there are cemeteries for modern people, its history can be traced back to the Middle Ages. Various sculptures and tombstone shapes give the cemetery a feeling of artistic paradise, especially the largest existing cemetery with Armenian cross tombstones is a precious cultural relic here. Many ancient tombstones are said to have a history of thousands of years at the earliest. They brought the vicissitudes of years to this cemetery. We circled around the cemetery, there are basically no tourists, I did not expect such a cemetery to become a tourist attraction.
The desolation left over from history feels desolate at first sight, but the environment here is relatively good. The weather is clear, cloudless, grass pigment, and breeze. This place has a long history. To explore history and culture, here is a very good place for Noratus Cemetery. There are a lot of coffins stored in it. It is very classical. They are all stone tombstones. After thousands of years, the tombstones are a bit broken, but you can still see them. The unique carved patterns are very elegant. There are really many tombstones flowing on the tombstones of the long river of history. Each has its own characteristics. Each tombstone reflects the historical culture of that era and flows in the long river of history. Passed down from generation to generation, it is very charming. It is worth seeing the coffin. Because the age is too long, it is already covered with moss. It is rare to find a complete coffin. However, the carved fonts and lines of the time can still be seen on the coffin. Recommended tickets for a little historical value play: free and open, no tickets required. Time: about an hour, it is best to come during the day, and do not come at night. Transportation: You can travel by car or take a bus. Food: Eat good food before you come.
The cemetery from the Middle Ages, although desolate but characteristic, Noratus Cemetery is a medieval cemetery with a history of more than one thousand and one hundred years. It is also unique in the architectural and sculpture style of the medieval period. The Noratus Cemetery comes from Armenia. At the first glance, the clear blue sky and a large yellow open space are lined with yellow steles. They look desolate, but they also have the characteristics of ancient cemeteries. Personally, I like ancient buildings and I am full of curiosity about the culture of the Middle Ages. This time I had the opportunity to see the "face" of the medieval cemetery. Each of those high and low tombstones is unique and unique, each with its own carvings. Some tomb owners may be more prominent, so their tombstones are taller, more detailed in carving, and have some unique designs. There will also be photos and biographical notes on the monument. Of course, I can't understand it naturally with my knowledge. Compared with our current cemetery, the purpose here is that the spacing between each tombstone will be larger, and the color of the tombstone is also close to the yellow of the earth. The color is single but it is more sad and respectful than the cemetery. Tips If you come to this place at night, forget it, but if you come here on a sunny day, you can really experience it. Based on my experience this time, I searched for more information about Noratus Cemetery and some of the culture of the Middle Ages before I came, and the experience will be more profound and comprehensive.
This place is deserted.... We came in winter
Ancient cemetery, witness of history [Attraction Information] The opening hours are open all day, but it is recommended to visit during the day. The address is Grigor Lusavorich St, Noratus, Armenia. It is recommended to visit for 3 hours. 【destination! ! cemetery? 】I never thought of my destination. My travel goal was actually a cemetery. Although I have been to some cemeteries in the United States and Russia before, there are some very well-known people buried in it, but today I am going to This mausoleum is different, she has a history of more than a thousand years. [Scenery] When I came to this place, it was always quiet. It was as quiet as other cemeteries, and I could even hear my own heartbeat. The surrounding scenery was very open and the view was also very good. It's not like the cramped and cramped feeling that I imagined, and the environment here is also very good, it seems to feel alive, as if it is gestating a new life. And after such a long period of time, some of the tombstones here stood upright, while some were already lying on the ground, looking desolate. [History] Of course, the cemetery here is not only valuable for viewing, but also has a very heavy historical significance. The words engraved on the tombstone can let us know clearly what the history here is, including some very simple lives. With the technology of the time and the development of society, just like a general encyclopedia, it is really great.