Armenian Culture has earned its place in the history of the world
by virtue of the fact that it is one of the oldest, continuous civilisations today.
In AD 301 Armenia became the first country in the world to adopt
Christianity as its official religion.
The Armenian people have lived on the Armenian Plateau, a vast
territory stretching 300,000 square kilometres throughout the central and northern parts
of Asia Minor, since time immemorial.
The official language of Armenia is Armenian, an Indo-European
language with a distinct 38-letter alphabet. Many natives use the French 'Merci' to say
thank you so it is much appreciated.
Armenian Art Galleries and Museums:
Find out more about Armenian artists and where you can see their work.
Armenian cuisine is as ancient as the history of Armenia, and a wonderful combination of
different tastes and aromas. Closely related to eastern cuisine, various spices,
vegetables, fish, and fruits combine to present a unique experience for any visitor to the
'And the ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth day of the month, upon the
mountains of Ararat'. A look at Armenian Christendom.
A compilation of resources and material relating to Armenians and Armenia, written by
educators, scholars and people who are experts in their own field. Its main aim is to
introduce and educate both Armenians and non-Armenians alike about the history, cultural,
genocide and religion of this culturally advanced nation.
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