Discover Armenia Exhibition – Places category Discover Armenia Project ← Back to main page. Online galleries: People | Places | Traditions | Heritage | Free choice | Diaspora © Shant Khatcherian (Laval/Quebec. Canada). We Are Our Mountains – Nagorno Karabagh – A sculpture by Sargis Baghdasaryan. © Harout Abrahamyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Sevan Lake. © Ruben Postoyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Road – Vayotc Dzor Province of Armenia – Return from the Noravank. © Ruben Postoyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Seren – Lake Sevan, Gegharkunik Province of Armenia. The photo shows penisula of Lake Sevan. © Harout Abrahamyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Road to Tsapatagh village. © Raffi Youredjian (London, UK). Frozen Karer- Zorats Karer of Karahunj are the ancient stones thought to be an observatory on the outskirts of Sisian. © Raffi Youredjian (London, UK). Bridge of Khndzoresk- Khndzoresk is known for its caves and rock formations. It is located in the South East of Armenia just past Goris on the way to Karabagh. © Miko Baghdasarian (Bucharest, Romania). Virgin wilderness, seen from Tatev cable car, South-East Armenia. © Kristina Harutyunova (Yerevan, Armenia). © Ken Komendaryan (Yerevan, Armenia). The flowers and the stones – Mount Aragats The photo is taken at the Southern peak of the mount at the elevation of about 3900 m. © Madelaine Ekserciyan (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Karintag – Karintag – It was raing, and after a very huge and lovely lunch made by the Kugabed’s family, the view from the window became magical. © Alex Findikyan (originally from Istanbul, Turkey, now is continuing life in Motherland). Akhtala Monastery – 10th-century fortified Armenian Apostolic Church monastery located in the town of Akhtala in the marz of Lori, 185 kilometers north of Yerevan. © Hayk Avdishyan (Ashtarak, Armenia). Mount Ararat. © Garnik Meliq-Karapetyan (Yerevan, Armenia). © Armen Iskandaryan (Yerevan, Armenia). Fiery Start of a Day – Mountains of Ararat – Famous in the Bible as the final resting-place of Noah’s Ark, Mount Ararat has been wreathed in legends for millennia. Since ancient times, Ararat has been revered by the Armenians as their spiritual home and as the home of the gods of the Armenian pantheon. Today, it is the national symbol of Armenia, being featured in the center of the Coat of Arms of Armenia. Located in Turkey, photographed from Yeraskh, Ararat Province, Republic of Armenia. © Armen Iskandaryan (Yerevan, Armenia). Ara Chapel – Vordekoruys Mayreri Matur (The Chapel of Child Lost Mothers) – an Armenian Apostolic Chapel, located in Ara village, Aragatsotn province, Republic of Armenia. © Ani Melikyan (Kiev, Ukraine). The sign – Somewhere between Armenian-Georgian border and Gyumri- We were lucky to watch this beautiful scene when returning home from Georgia. © Ani Melikyan (Kiev, Ukraine). When autumn and winter meet /Near Voghjaberd village/Ararat is the holy mountain of all Armenians. And though it is situated on Turkish land, every Armenian dreams of Ararat to be back to its people. © Harout Abrahamyan (Yerevan, Armenia). Aghtsk village. © Shant Khatcherian (Laval/Quebec. Canada). Hayravank – Sevan Lake – Located north-east of a village with its name, this 9th – 12th century monastery consist of a church, chapel and a narthex.