Warning: session_start(): open(/tmp/sess_743872659ab74b0fc2b74f010ff74772, O_RDWR) failed: Disk quota exceeded (122) in /home/noyantou/public_html/index.php on line 5

Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /home/noyantou/public_html/index.php:5) in /home/noyantou/public_html/index.php on line 5

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/noyantou/public_html/index.php:5) in /home/noyantou/public_html/index.php on line 8
City of Masters Tours in Armenia - Noyantour
Noyan Tour
am en fr ru

Classic Tours Exclusive Tours

Tours - City of Masters - Gyumri-Marmashen-Harichavank


Gyumri is the second largest city in Armenia with a population of 212,000. It is situated on the bank of Akhuryan river. The city used to have a very spectacular architecture. The city suffered much during the earthquake in 1988. Although the Armenian Government  and international charities allocated funds for its quick restoration, much work has been left undone.
Gyumri, which is an industrial city, has textile and food factories.
It is also a city that has strong cultural values. The city’s museum is an excellent source of its historical, architectural and cultural treasures.
The local people of Gyumri are humorous people who joke and tell anecdotes and are compared to the city of Gabrovo in Bulgaria.




The Marmashen Monastery in the village of Marmashen in the Shirak Province of Armenia is a 10th century Armenian monastic complex housing five churches which are very similar in style to those of the Khtzhonk Monastry.


The Monastery of Harich or Harichavank is a 7th century Armenian monastery located near the village of Harich in the Shirak Province of the Republic of Armenia. The village is 3km southeast of the town of Artik.
Harichavank known as one of the most famous monastic centers in Armenia is renowned for its school and scriptorium. Archaeological excavations of 1966 indicate that Harich was in existence since the 2nd century BC, and was one of the more well known fortress towns in Armenia.



The oldest part of this Armenian monastery is the Church of St. Gregory the Illuminator. The Cathedral of the Holy Mother of God (1201) ,that dominates the monastic complex, was built by the orders of Prince Zakar Zakarian who ruled Eastern Armenia in the 13th century  and his brother Ivan Zakarian.



Fields marked with are required.*

Fill in the form with Latin characters only


Without guideWith a tour guide
 Number of people 1-3  Number of people 4-8  Number of people 9-14  Number of people to 40 Number of people 1-4  Number of people 4-8  Number of people 9-14  Number of people to 40
First name/Last name*

GENDER*
 

DATE OF BIRTH*
     
E-mail*

TELEPHONE*

FAX

ADDRESS*

CITY*

COUNTRY*




DATE OF ARRIVAL*

DATE OF DEPARTURE*

NUMBER OF PERSONS*

NOTICE

6. HOW DID YOU HEAR ABOUT US? Please specify

PRIVACY POLICY: I HAVE READ AND AGREE TO THIS PRIVACY POLICY* 






Operator is offline




Currency Rates 26/02/2020
  Buy Sale  
Weather in Yerevan
+18
-3
+12
+2




FAQ | HOME | Our partners | ARMENIA | Terms & Conditions | Our Clients | 
Real Estate For Sale | Real Estate For Rent | Accommodation in Yerevan | Holiday and Vacation Rental | Map of Armenia | Map of Yerevan | HOME | ARMENIA | Real Estate | Airline Tickets | Tatev Ropeway

Developed by Studio-One.am