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Holidays in Armenia

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National flag of Armenia

Armenia is located in the country of Western Asia located in Eurasia in the South Caucasus region. It shares its border with Turkey in the West, Republic of Artsakh and Azerbaijan in the East, Georgia n the North and Iran and Azerbaijan’s exclave of Nakhchivan in the South. It is a democratic nation of unitary and multipart. The National Anthem of Armenia is Mer Hayrenik (“Our Fatherland” in English). Some of the famous cities are Yerevan, Gyumri, Vanadzor, Vagharshapat, Abovyan, and Kapan.

2019 Holidays in Armenia

Day Date Holiday Comments
Tuesday January 01 New Year’s Day
Wednesday January 02 New Year’s Holiday
Thursday January 03 New Year’s Holiday
Friday January 04 New Year’s Holiday
saturday January 05 Armenian Christmas Eve Day
Sunday January 06 Armenian Christmas Day
Monday January 28 National Army Day
friday March 08 Women’s Day
Monday April 22 Easter Monday Merelots
Wednesday April 24 Genocide Memorial Day
Wednesday May 01 Labour Day
Thursday May 09 Victory Day Celebrate the Victory over Nazi Germany and the end of the Second World Was
Tuesday May 28 Day of the First Republic
Friday July 05 Constitution Day
Monday September 16 Exaltation of the Holy Cross Monday after Sunday between 11-17 September
Saturday September 21 Independence Day
Tuesday December 31 New Year’s Eve

 

Capital of Armenia

Yerevan is the Capital and most populated city of Armenia. The estimated population of this city in 2016 was almost 1,073, 700.

President of Armenia

Mr. Armen Sarkissian is current President f Armenia who was elected in the election held in March 2018 after getting the lead of 85.71% votes.

Prime Minister of Armenia

Mr. Nikol Pashinyan is the current Prime Minister of Armenia and elected in 2018, on May-08. The Prime Minister of Armenia is also serving as the commander-in-chief of armed forces.

Population of Armenia

The total population of Armenia in 2017 was over 2.93 million. Among the world’s populated countries it comes on 139th rank. The total population is equivalent to 0.04% of the total population in the world.

Flag of Armenia

The national flag is consisting of three horizontal bars of Red, Blue and Apricot color. It is adopted in 1990 on August-24.

Currency of Armenia

The national currency of Armenia is dram. The official code of currency is AMD and the commonly used symbol is ֏.

Religion of Armenia

The national religion of Armenia is Christian because 95.8% of the total population is Christian. While the not religious, Yazidism, and others are 3.0%, 0.8%, and 2.3% respectively.

Dialing code of Armenia

The international dialing code of Armenia is +374.

Crime Rate in Armenia

Armenia has crime index 21.75 and safety index 78.25 in the world.

Crime Rates Index Number Comments
Crime Level 16.58 Very Low
Crime Increasing Rate in Past 3 Years 37.88 Low
Thing stolen & Home Broken cases 25.00 Low
Being Mugged & Robbed cases 19.90 Very Low
Car stolen cases 16.07 Very Low
Thing from car stolen cases 23.97 Low
Being Attacked worries 16.58 Very Low
Being insulted worries 20.92 Low
Being attacked based on Religion & colour worries 15.40 Very Low
Using & Dealing in Drugs Cases 19.70 Very Low
Property Crimes 22.96 Low
Violent Crime such as Armed Robbery 16.92 Very Low

 

Famous Airport of Armenia

The only two airports in Armenia provide commercial airline service

Shirak International Airport which serves Gyumri city in Shirak Province and other is Zvartnots International Airport which serves Yerevan city.

Top Destinations of Armenia

Armenia is a country of historical and cultural heritage. Some of the best places to visit in Armenia are Yerevan, Sevanavank Monastery, Sevan Lake, Mount Aragats, Amberd Fortress, Karahunj Observatory, and Khor Virap.

Area of Armenia

According to an estimate, the total area of Armenia is almost 29,743 sq. kilometre

GDP of Armenia

In 2017, the estimated Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Armenia was 11.54 billion which 0.02% of the total World’s economy.

Sports of Armenia

Armenian people love sports like football, basketball, volleyball, and hockey. Furthermore, this country takes parts in the Olympics also in track and field, swimming, diving, judo, and weightlifting.

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