Parajanov succeeded in creating a small but marvelous body of work whose style embraces such diverse influences as folk art, medieval miniature painting, early cinema, Russian and European art films, surrealism, and Armenian, Georgian, and Ukrainian cultural motifs.#AyraratTour
This dragon it is the most emblematic symbol of the Park Güell(declared World Heritage by UNESCO). It has become one of the most famous sculptures by Antoni Gaudí made brittle ceramic "trancadís", made between 1900 and 1903. This reproduction of the Dragon is made of ceramic. It is made in a workshop of the Gracia district in Barcelona and it is hand painted.
TNJRI TREE OF SKHTORASHEN! Tnjri (Տնջրի) is one of the oldest (2000 years old) and highest (more than 54 m.) trees in the CIS territory. It was also the case during the Soviet Union. You can fit more than 100 people inside the tree, the hollow of the trunk being 44 sq.m. The diameter of the trunk is 27 m. Locals say prominent figures such as the creator of the Armenian alphabet, Mesrop Mashtots, the writer Raffi, the poet and musician Sayat Nova came to relax under the tree#AyraratTour.
Travel not to escape, but to add and to transform your soul. Visit Dadivank: one of the famous Armenian monastery complexes in Artsakh region. Dadivank was founded by St. Dadi, a disciple of Thaddeus the Apostle who spread Christianity in Eastern Armenia during the first century AD. However, The monastery was first mentioned in the 9th century. In June, 2007, the grave of St. Dadi was discovered under the holy altar of the main church. The Monastery belongs to the Artsakh Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church.