What are the climates in Armenia?
The climate changes depending on the elevation, ranging from dry subtropical /continental types to the cold types.
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Armenia:is one of the oldest countries in the world.It is a very natural country and has very beautiful views mostly it's green mountains all over the land ,it's a very peaceful country. Armenia is a small (former Soviet) republic is the southern Caucaus bordering on Turkey from west ,Azerbayjan …from east ,Georgia from north and Iran from south. Over 1.5 million Armenians were murdered by the Ottoman Turks in the Armenian Genocide of 1915-17 (and 1922). There is a huge Armenian diaspora, and about 4 million Armenians live outside Armenia. In the US there are quite large Armenian communities in some part of California, especially the Central Valley and Los Angelos ,also in Detroit ,NY ,Chicaco.And all around the world specially in the middle east ,south America ,France ,Belgium ,Russia ,Australia... See the Related Link for "BBC - Armenia" to the bottom for the answer ,also Wikipedia. Armenia is my country :-) ( Full Answer )
Serzh Sargsyan (ÕÕ¥ÖÕª ÕÕ¡ÖÕ£Õ½ÕµÕ¡Õ¶) is the President of Armenia, having assumed office on 2008 April 9. He won the 2008 February presidential election as chairman of the Republican Party.
The capital city of Armenia is Yerevan, which is situated on the Hrazdan river and on the Araratian plain. Yerevan is the capital city of Armenia and it is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.
Armenia is a country in Eastern Europe in the Southern Caucasus.Countries that border Armenia are Georgia, The Nagorno-KarabakhRepublic, Naxicevan, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Iran at the South.Armenia is a very ancient cultural and historical country that hasa history of nearly 6000 years (until 4000BC)… stretching throughthe Armenian Highlands. ( Full Answer )
Armenia is located in the Middle East. It lies to the south ofGeorgia, the west of Azerbaijan, and the east of Turkey.
Armenia has a history dating back to about 3500 B.C, but they were merely tribes. Armenia became a Noted Nation in about 700 B.C. in the late 300's A.D, Armenia fell to the Persian Empire in the east, and the byzantine empire in the west. it gained its independence in 1071 A.D.
Armenia was older than turkey... and bigger than turkey.. one of the things that resulted the genocide
You are probably taking British Airways to go to Armenia from the U.S..I took the same one too three years ago..it is only about 5 hours. =]
About 94 percent of the population of Armenia belongs to the Armenian Apostolic Church. Small Roman Catholic and Protestant communities also exist in Armenia. Catholic missionaries began converting Armenians in the Ottoman and Persian empires in the early modern era, and American Protestant missiona…ries were active in the nineteenth century. The Kurdish population, which totaled 56,000 in 1993, is mostly Muslim but also includes many Christians. Kurds now constitute the largest Muslim group in Armenia because most Azerbaijani Muslim emigrated in the early 1990s. A Russian Orthodox community also exists. ( Full Answer )
the national game of Armenia is the chess! they teach it in every were;schools, clubs and so on any were you look you can find them at any age children or old Armenians playing chess!
Answer 1 Yes it is a desperately poor country with an official per capita nominal of 2008 is officially Nominal Per Capita US Dollars: $3,400.560 Purchasing Power Parity Per Capita: $5,436.995 Armenia has a very high Poverty rate of 32% Armenia's economic output fell severely after the fall of th…e Soviet Union Answer 2 No, Armenia is a developing country. It has had some trouble in recent years; such as the 1988 earthquake and the conflict with Azerbaijan in the 1990's however since then the Armenian economy has been steadily developing. They are now economically one of the more advanced states in the Caucasus region. Answer 3 What do you mean when you say a poor country?The budget is 2 billion USD,the population is 2.500.000 people.60 % are women,40 % are men.Double price on goods because of high level of the corruption.No jobs.People graduate a university and can't be accepted to a job if they don't have high-ranking relatives.Small buisness is not developing,the government put high taxes on them and it just chokes people.For example people pay 30 drams for 1 kw meanwhile the government sell 1kw for 12 drams to Georgia.That's absurd and the answer is yes.I live there and I'm well informed of things going on currently. ( Full Answer )
Armenia is mostly in Europe. You cannot call it an Asian state because of its European cities and other things. The Caucasus (which includes Armenia) is in Europe more than in Asia.
The winter in Armenia is in winter, more or less. There are some skiing resorts in Armenia, such as: Tsahkadzor,Dzhermuk, Sevan (Akhtamar). Most known of them - Tsahkadzor,located just 40 kilometers away from capital of Armenia - Yerevan.
Armenia today has the economy which is growing and developing. Area disagreement holds up economic growth. In addition, Armenia has no access to sea ports difficult because the border with Turkey is closed. In 2010, it was confirmed that Turkey will keep the border closed for the predictable future …after the Turkey-Armenia normalization progression collapsed. However, Armenia turned out to be a member of the WTO (World Trade Organization). The nation is making substantial progress in privatizing possession of what used to be State Owned industries under the former Soviet system. Armenia's economy suffered especially after the great impact that the 1988 earthquake brought. Armenia today is still largely dependent upon international donors and Diaspora Armenian groups, which donating aid is used for the development of the affected regions. It should be also added that after a massive 14.4 % decline in 2009, the economy appeared to modestly improving in the first 2 quarters of 2010, recording 5.4 and 7.6% real GDP growth on an annual basis. The GDP went up by 2.8 % in the period January to September 2010 compared to the same period in 2009; on the face of it, seems to point out that the worst of the crisis may finish. Armenia today has exports remained resource-dependent, mainly because the non-resource-intensive sectors were considerably less aggressive. There was a 43.9 % increase in general exports during the January to September period. During 2003-2007, the AMD valued sharply against the U.S. dollar by around 45%, mainly due to important increase in discharges, growth of exports in complete terms, the de-dollarization of the economy, and weakening of the dollar in international markets. Today Armenia is greatly dependent on import of energy fuel, generally from Russia. The Armenia Nuclear Power Plant (ANPP) at Metsamor supplies around 40% of electricity production for the nation, and hydro and thermal stations provide approximately 30% each. Armenia today imports most of its natural gas from Russia, which provided major reductions to Armenia until 2009. The Russian import gas price rose from $110 to $154 per thousand cubic meters in April 2009, and increased further to $180 in April 2010. Today Georgia is the main way of importing nearly all of Armenian refined petroleum products. The result of the recent conflict between Russia and Georgia was in periodic disruptions of fuel and food imports, and highlighted Armenia's susceptibility to this solitary transit corridor. Armenia has deal with to decrease poverty, overcome inflation, steady its currency, and privatize most small and medium sized projects. www.Arm3A.org - Production and Export Support Association ( Full Answer )
No Armenia is not in Africa it it in the middle of Asia and Europe.
The most popular sport in armenia is split between football and boxing, although Chess is the most popular 'sport' there but it depends whether you count chess as a sport?
The native Armenian name for the country is Hayk'. The name in the Middle Ages was extended to Hayastan, by addition of the Iranian suffix -stan (land). The name has traditionally been derived from Hayk (ÕÕ¡ÕµÕ¯), the legendary patriarch of the Armenians and a great-great-grandson of Noah, …who according to Moses of Chorene defeated the Babylonian king Bel in 2492 BC, and established his nation in the Ararat region. The further origin of the name is uncertain. The exonym Armenia is attested in the Old Persian Behistun inscription (515 BC) as Armina ( ). Ancient Greek ÎÏÎ¼ÎÎ½Î¹Î¿Î¹ "Armenians" is mentioned by Hecataeus of Miletus (476 BC). Xenophon, a Greek general serving in some of the Persian expeditions, describes many aspects of Armenian village life and hospitality. He relates that the people spoke a language that to his ear sounded like the language of the Persians. According to the histories of both Moses of Chorene and Michael Chamich, Armenia derives from the name of Aram, a lineal descendent of Hayk. ( Full Answer )
Because Armenia does not accept Turkey's eastern borders which is accepted by the rest of the world, Armenia has territorial claims on Eastern Turkey, and name eastern territories of Turkey as western Armenia.
- . Independence from the Soviet Union Declared Recognised Finalised. 23 August 1990 21 September 1991 25 December 1991 .
1915 The Ottoman Turks attacked Armenia and killed about 1.5 million Armenians Sadly, after years of trying America still does not recognize it.
Armenia is located on the continent of Asia, is referred to in several instances in the bible as the near east (NOT middle east!) and her most famous Mt. Ararat is also mentioned several times as her ancient name of Urartu. Armenia is half way between Asia and Europe and Armenians are referred to as… Indo-Europeans, as is the Armenian language. Sometimes they are referred to as Eurasian as well. Armenia joined the EU in the mid 1990's and are part of the United Nations. Ancient Armenia's borders were the caspian sea, the black sea and the mediterranean sea. Ottoman Turks reduced Armenia's borders as a result of the Armenian Genocide to less than 20% of her original borders, and Turkey enclosed our beloved Mt Ararat within it's borders. Many of Armenia's ancient churches were destroyed by the muslim turks and to defy Russia, they placed a large portion of muslims to the east of armenia and gave them this land as Azerbaijan in 1920, encouraging them to destroy what was left of any remnants of Armenia, rename the cities and create new history on our ancient land. ( Full Answer )
NOPE. the national currency in armenia is the dram ( translated to English as "money")
There are malls all over the world... of course there are malls in Armenia. The term MALL originates in the US. There are countries that have used this term for large shopping centres i.e. In the UK therm Shopping center equates to a US Mall
Armenia is in the middle of Europe and Asia, but is know as a part of Asia.
Christmas in Armenia is celebrated on January 6th. The Christmas holiday season starts on New Year's Eve and continues until the old Julian calendar's New Year's Eve on Januart 13th.
Some very very nice and important day liek april 24 the day od the armenian genocide Serj said they are likely to have concert on that very day on 2012 let's pray for that all fans from armenia
The capital of Armenia is Yerevan. . The "r" is a "d" sound in Armenian . So, it sounds like "Yedevan" Hope this helps! :)
Many years ago, Armenia was much larger than it is today, but when the Armenian Genocide happened in 1915 much of Armenia was taken over by turkey! Armenia is now about 1/3 of its size than it was before the genocide! Thanks to Turkey, many people died on that day and and innocent country with only …soldiers and no army was taken over including our beloved and famous mountain, Ararat! But we Armenians never give up on hope! We believe that one day through God, everyone will recognized by people all over the world. ( Full Answer )
If you mean religion, Armenians by majority are Orthodox Christian. They were the first nation to accept Christianity.
Cause Pakistan sides with Armenia's enemy Azerbaijan, and Armenia recognizes Kashmir as part of India.
The currency in Armenia is dram. Usually 300 dram is one dollar (median of the stocks).
Because of it's fertile volcanic soil allows cultivation of wheat, barley, figs, pomegranates, apricots, and olives as well as potatoes, vegetables, grapes.
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Way too many to list. Armenia has some of the tastiest fruits in the world. Everything is grown organically so it tastes much better. The apricots and pomegranate are to die for!
The Armenian Orthodox Church was established by the apostles Bartholomew and Thaddeus. Armenia was the first country to adopt Christianity as its official religion (in 301AD).
No. The Romani (who often labelled incorrectly as Gypsies) areoriginally from the Afghanistan/Pakistan region, not Armenia.However, they passed through Armenia on their way to Europe.
Rural homes in Armenia have a courtyard, city homes in Armenia have 2 to 3 rooms, neither have plumbing! (There's usually a pump outside.)
Topography of Armenia is determined by its location on the Armenian plateau. There are a lot of mountain ranges (approximately 47% of the territory). There are many volcanic mountains, intermountain hollows, plateaus and plains.
Armenia (officially the Republic of Armenia) was the first country in the world to adopt Christianity as its state religion (in the early 4th century).
Normal Christian Orthodox holidays and a fun holiday called Varte Var where you throw water at each other and when I went we dropped water from the top floor of a building and we hosed down taxis!
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The three Kardashian sisters are originally from Armenia and Cher is also a very famous person who has originated from Armenia. Check out the List of famous Armenians article on Wikipedia.
Yes it is very safe to visit armenia i have been there 2 times and it was gorgeous. All people are very nice and by trip was really good. That country has so many historical places that it can partially take you to the ancient world and middle ages. But there were also many great new places.
The Armenian genocide shaped armenia because some of the land in Turkey used to be Armenia
It was the first christian country in 301 they had a genocide which was created by the Turks and started on April 24, 1915. 1.5 million people were killed Most of Armenia's land was taken away by turkey and is now known as turkey
First country to accept Christianity as their religion (301 AD.) . Noah's Ark landed on Mount Ararat (tukey now took those lands but it's historic Armenia) . Hundreds of historic churches . Beautiful people . Family values . Most people are kind and look out for one another.
It is not considered genocide, there was a genocide in Armenia starting on April 24, 1915. Turkey started the genocide and 1.5 million Armenians were killed and most of Armenia is now Turkey including the famous Armenian mountains Ararat and Masis
They are the unique nation state with language they say is Armenian. They are unitary with multiple unique state parties with visitor sites people seek to see.
The state-adopted religion is Christianity - with o ver 93% of Armenian Christians belong to the Armenian Apostolic Church.
All humans living everywhere at all times that humans have livedhave had and continue to have technologies. The technologies thatthe earliest humans had were all created by their prehumanancestors. Every human that has ever lived at any time anywhere hasused thousands of different technologies every…day of their lives.No human could live one day without technology, we would diewithout technology. It does not matter where. People live in Armenia, where people live there is technology! ( Full Answer )