Landscape Armenia

Armenian Landscapes Seen From The Road: A Journey In Pictures

This is my final post from Armenia. It was really a fantastic journey. Look at all those divers landscapes! I can really recommend this country for people who love to go somewhere, where there is no touristic infrastructure in every corner. I would have liked to speak Russian to talk to people more, they all have been or seemed to be very friendly and welcoming. I wouldn’t rely on public transport, I heard this would be more or less useless. And I would look for more great architecture from the twenties and sixties like we have seen at lake Sevan.

Rosas Haiku:
Die Sonne schmunzelt
wärmt den Stein und die Farbe
Unabhängigkeit.

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12 thoughts on “Armenian Landscapes Seen From The Road: A Journey In Pictures

    • Yes, you are right. I’ve been to Lanzarote some years ago and there are big similarities. As my favorite hiking buddy is a geographer, and always gives me some hints on landscape origins, i’d say, the difference is, that the Canarian landscapes are mostly vulcanic :-).

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