Armenia is a small state that connects Europe with Asia. 2000 years ago, this country was one of the powerful powers of the Middle East, after the Roman Empire and the Parthian Kingdom. Now it appears before us as a modern state with kind and talented people, with ancient history, many historical monuments, rich culture, traditional hospitality, delicious and healthy food, beautiful nature and safe environment.
Armenia is located between the Black and Caspian seas. In the north it borders Georgia, in the east - with Azerbaijan, in the south - with Iran, in the west - with Turkey.
Armenia is an independent democratic state, with a population of about 3.2 million people. This is a Christian country. Armenia shows tolerance in international, intercultural, religious, as well as in political, social and social issues.
The Republic of Armenia is a member of the UN, the Council of Europe and other international organizations.
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