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Matenadaran - Museum of Ancient Manuscripts
History Museum
National Art Gallery
Armenian Genocide Museum and Memorial
Parajanov Museum
Martiros Saryan Museum
Children Art Gallery
Centre of Popular Creation
Freedom Square
Cascade
Vernissage - outdoor paintings market
Outdoor handcrafts market
Yerevan Brandy Factory
Echmiadzin
Shushi
Zvartnots
Musaler
Metsamor
Garni
Geghard
Lake Sevan
Noratus
Sanahin
Sanahin Monastery
Mikoyan Brothers Museum
Haghpat
Akhtala
Dilijan
Haghartsin
Goshavank
Ijevan
Khor Virap
Noravank
Jermuk
Sisian
Karahunj - ancient astrological observatory
Shake waterfall
Ughtasar rock images
Goris
Tatev Monastery
Devils Bridge
Khndzoresk - cave habitat
Museum of Aksel Bakunts
Ashtarak
Oshakan
Amberd
Mount Aragats
Saghmosavank
Hovhannavank
Bjni
Tsakhkadzor
Yereruyk
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Armenia Tourist Attractions
 Yereruyk
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Not far from the Akhurian River, the natural boundary between Armenia and Turkey, in the village of Anipemza, one can find the surviving walls of a 5th century basilica called Yereruyk. The early Armenian churches had a single or three-nave basilica structure. This wonderful church is one of the most ancient Christian constructions and a vivid example of a three-nave basilica. Although half-ruined, it is of great archeological value.

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