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Tumi

The villageof Tumi is situated on Shnaqar, a shore of Ishkhanaget, at the foot of Dizapayt.  This is proved not only byMovsesKaghankatvatsi, but also the royal site, nature, 5-18-century historical monuments surrounding the village. Here everything has a royal name: king’s spring, king’s tomb, king’s palace … The 10th-century Red …

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The village of Tsar

During the period of Khachen kingdom, Tsar was one of the centers of Artsakh, the residence of the Dopian dynasty. At the beginning of the 19th century it was destroyed as a result of Turks’ assaults, afterwards Armenians were forced to abandon it, later it was inhabited by Kurds, and …

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Nor Brajur

If you want to dance heartily, taste the Artsakhian sour hornbeams, enjoy apples and pears that grow in the mountains, then welcome to Nor Brajur. Here you can also tell your concerns to the river Trtu and be at ease…

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Berdashen

If you want to taste good wine, listen to interesting stories, be surprised at every step, and play football at the end of the day, by the way with a good team, please, welcome to Berdashen. Here, they wait for everyone, for those people who have good intentions. 

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Lernahovit

The village of Lernahovit, Kashatagh region, was formerly called ‘Yeznagomer’. To reach it one must go 52 km from the center in the North-eastern direction. The village was liberated from Azerbaijani captivity at the end of March, 1993. The first residents, i.e. forcibly displaced Armenian refugees came to the village …

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Araqel

The history of the village Araqel, Hadrut region, goes back to the 18th century. Neither Turkish-Persian invasions nor Azerbaijani-Turkish atrocities failed to eradicate Armenian nature existing in the small village with ancient history. How do people live in Araqel now? What can they offer their guests? Why is it important …

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– Where do you go? -Aknaberd

The village Aknaberd of the Shahumyan region, like most villages in Artsakh, has ancient history. In the 1920s of the 20th century the village was depopulated. Until its liberation in June 1993, it was known under the Azerbaijani name Umutlu. Today’s village was founded in 1994 and restored the historical …

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– Where do you go? -Tyaq!

The village Tyaq of Artsakh Republic is situated in Hadrut region. This is the only village where the folk architecture of 18-19 century has been preserved. You can see many medieval buildings and churches in Tyaq. The establishment of the village is a unique monument of urban planning of its …

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Where do you go?

Tonashen is a village situated in the Mardakert region of Artsakh Republic. It is 41 km far from the regional center in the north-western direction, on the left bank of the river Tartar. Tonashen has a very ancient history. According to the legend, the village was founded by Doni or …

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