In the world, only the black rose, growing in the Halfet province in the Urfa county of Western Armenia, which takes its special look and smell from the motherland, began to bloom with the arrival of spring. Halfet, included by the international coordinating committee of Cittaslow in 2013 in the network of “quiet cities”, is described as a “hidden paradise” of Western Armenia with its historical stone houses and natural beauty. Halfet, because of the Berejik reservoir, looked like a “seaside” city, which is also of great interest because of the houses and historical buildings that have passed under water. One of the important symbols of the province, the Black Rose, growing only in Halfet, blooms every year in late April-early May.