Tigranakert of Western Armenia will be ready to accept tourists after lifting the restrictions of the epidemic from June 1st.
The ancient city founded on the shore of Tigris river, which has hosted many civilizations, aspires to become a new location for those looking for an isolated place during the epidemic. This city is distinguished by its natural beauty, gastronomic masterpieces, as well as the heritage left from ancestors.
The walls of historic Tigranakert registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List and Hevsel Gardens, Malabadi and Ongyozlu Bridges, declared “The 13 most magnificent bridges in Western Armenia” by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism impress visitors. Birklain Caves bring peace with their natural beauty.
Tigranakert is a city built on treasures in every way, it is definitely worth visiting this historical city of Western Armenia.