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Visa to Armenia

As you might guess, our close and beloved Armenia welcomes Russian (as well as Ukrainian and Belarusian) guests willingly and without any visas. Moreover, Russians can come here just like to their own home – from now on, entry is possible with an internal passport of a citizen of the Russian Federation. Otherwise, everything is… Read More »

Armenia Overview

Armenia is located in the South Caucasus in West Asia, and borders Georgia, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Iran. In the south, Armenia also has a border with the Autonomous Republic of Nakhchivan, an exclave to Azerbaijan. Capital: Yerevan Biggest city: Yerevan State: republic Language: Armenian Religion: orthodox christian Surface: 29 800 km² Population: 3 million (2013)… Read More »

Armenia Population and Language

Since independence in 1991, Armenia has been characterized by emigration caused by poverty and the number of Armenians is steadily decreasing. During the Soviet era (1920–1991), Armenia was little affected by the migrations that followed deportations and large-scale industrialization in other parts of the Soviet Union. However, many, perhaps up to one million of the… Read More »