ArmInfo. Indian daily, The Economic Times, called Armenia a country from postcard picture. The newspaper published an article about Armenia, telling about the past and the present of the country, about the nature and historical places.
The authors of the article have visited Yerevan Cascade complex with its gorgeous view to Ararat mountain, where the Noah's arc found its harbor, according to the legend. At Matenadaran (Yerevan Manuscript Museum) the authors learned about middle ages manuscripts and documents telling about everything - from geometry and space science to poetry and theology. " The buildings constructed of volcanic stones, give a pink light to the city, and that is why Yerevan sometimes is called "Pink city," the article reads. The authors visited also the memorial complex of Tsitsernaskaberd and commemorated 1,5 mln victims of Armenian Genocide. In the country side the guests visited Khor Virap and tatev Monastry.
" Armenia is a holy land of civilization, this little country adopted Christianity as a state religion first in the world in 301. Armenia, located between Turkey, Georgia, Russia, Azerbaijan and Iran, is founded at geopolitical crossroad.