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Photos from Armenia and Georgia made during my mother's trip to home.

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     My mother came back from her trip to Georgia, where she was born and lived her first ~18 years. She flown to Armenia first (she is armenian), where she visited several places together with her cousin, than moved to southern Georgia.

 

Aragats, Ambert.

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I was in that sandpit. One wall was like 20 meters high. It is rather frightening to walk near 20 meter vertical wall of sand and rocks. 

 

This photo shows that place a little bit better:

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A monument to soldiers, died in Great Fatherland war, located near school. Near it there is a new monument to victims of repression in 1937, that happened in this village. AFAFIK about 30 people were arrested.

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School.

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New building in the centre of village. As i was told this will be a banquet hall of some sorts.

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   New photos! My mother and sister just arrived from their 3 weeks trip to Georgia and Armenia, visited different places and made about 1600 photos. Few things were visited again (as in 2015).

   Some photos from Armenia.

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   Some more, few of them from places previously posted in this thread (but showing new stuff).

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Parts of it looks a lot like mid Arizona, only much greener.

Really, beautiful country.

 

If I did not have a crippling disgust of commercial aviation, I'd love to go there and try the fishing.

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   Tbilisi, Georgia. As sister told me this city left "double impression" - parts of it were looking very nice and interesting, some parts were old or left without proper care. Weather also wasn't cooperative.

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It reminds me of the sky I saw in much of Arizona, only greener.

The kind of land that inspired thought. Contemplation.

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