Experience the beautiful sights of the mountain ranges and extinct volcanoes and experience the generous warmth of the natives. Some of the popular cities such as Yerevan, Dilijan and Gyumri delight travelers with a multitude of cultural and ancient historical significance, art and culture festivals, limitless monasteries, beautiful mountain ranges, pleasant climate and a village-like atmosphere. A local saying goes that if you end up in Armenia without a penny in your pocket, you may still find shelter, little drinks and bread.
Located in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia at the crossroads of Eastern Europe and Western Asia, the Republic of Armenia is a beautiful mountainous country surrounded by the de facto independent Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh and Azerbaijan in the east, Turkey in the west and Georgia in the north and the Azerbaijani exclave of Nakhchivan and Iran in the south. This former Soviet state is rich in ancient history and is lined with beautiful tourist towns and villages. It smells like a typical old school magic.
For centuries, Armenia has been conquered and conquered by Romans, Greeks, Byzantines, Persians, Mongols, Ottoman Turks and Arabs. Since the 16th century AD, Armenia has been brutally ruled by the notorious Ottoman Turks. Armenia aimed to build a western modeled parliamentary democracy that functions in a representative framework of the representative democratic republic of the president.
According to oxfordastronomy, Armenia was the first country to adopt Christianity in the 4th century when Christianity became the religion of the state in AD 301. Armenia also had several Zoroastrian influences thanks to the Persian invasion. Armenian is the official language of Armenia. With its continental highland climate, Armenia has cold winters and hot summers.
Climate in Yerevan
The maximum temperature in Armenia is 33 ° C in August. In January the thermometer rises to a maximum of 1 ° C. The summer (June to September) with average 31 ° C hot . In the winter months it is approximately 7 ° C cold . During the day, the average annual temperature in Armenia is 18.3 ° C.
At night it gets coldest at −8 ° C in January. The thermometer rarely falls below 19 ° C in July. While the nights in summer have mean values of a warm 16 ° C, the thermometer drops to a cold −2 ° C between November and March at night. The temperature averages 6.6 ° C at night all year round.
With 8 rainy days, May is the rainiest month of the year. The July , August and September are with 2 days of rain, the driest months of the year . From June to September Armenia is very dry with an average of only 3 rainy days each, the winter (November to March) is very dry with 5 rainy days. The average annual rainfall is 4.7 days per month.