On The Road: Armenia Vol. 1

When you’re on the Road, the whole Universe around you transforms into an endless line with curves, ups and downs that runs through different worlds. And the best part of it is that you never know where that Road will take you. You simply forget about any destinations, allowing the Road to carry you on to a place where you need to be at a certain moment.

Selim Mountain Pass. Hitchhiking to Yeghegnadzor.


Near the city of Aparan. On the Road to Vanadzor.

The Silk Road of Armenia. Ptghavan.

On the Road to the village of Dsegh.

Near the village of Lchashen.

Near Noratus. On the Road to Selim Caravanserai.

Near the ancient settlement of Moz.

Near the Spandaryan Reservoir. On the Road to Sisian.

Near the Devil’s Bridge. On the Road to Tatev Monastery.

Kajaran Mountain Pass. On the Road to Meghri.

Near the Iranian border.

On The Road: Armenia Vol. 2

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14 thoughts on “On The Road: Armenia Vol. 1

  1. Hi, I just saw a link to your blog on Hichhikers Handbook, our blogs are both featured on there. I thought, Armenian Wanderer? I bet I know who that is! And yes, it’s you 🙂

    Glad to have found your blog. Now we can be e-buddies. Look forward to seeing you when I’m back in Armenia in a few weeks.

    Good roads!

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