We stopped here on our way between designated sites. Certainly unique and unusual. Not a lot to see although the carving of the letters of the Armenian alphabet was of some interest. Probably, if stopping, a few photos and 15 minutes would be sufficient.
Just the letters of the Armenian alphabet on the side of a small hill. Nothing special at all. Not worth the trip.
Scattered across the rocky plain are images of the letters of the Armenian alphabet. Here you can immediately assess their complexity, multiplicity and dissimilarity from everything else. It is impossible to find your letter without the help of a local resident
You really don’t need more than 5 minutes at this monument. There’s nothing particularly interesting about it, except that it’s the only 1 of its kind in the world, apparently. Take some photos and keep it moving. The main reason to go is to say that you’ve been.
From far it looked like and archaeological site, but when near we found it to be Armenian alphabet placed randomly, this place is just 45 minutes from yeravan and on the way to mount Aragat. Was established to commemorate the 1600th birthday of the Armenian Alphabets in the year…