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And the Pulitzer Prize went to… a lot of Armenians

Honored as the best in literature, journalism

March 27, 2018
And the Pulitzer Prize went to… a lot of Armenians
One of the most prestigious awards in the world, the Pulitzer Prize celebrates the best in literature, journalism, music, drama, poetry. While a number of Armenian writers, journalists and reporters have won the coveted prize, by themselves or as part of a team, many others have yet to receive recognition.

Armenia’s eleven

Who is who in the web of so many Sargsyans

March 3, 2018
Armenia’s eleven
The last name of the fourth president of Armenia elected by the National Assembly on March 2 is Sarkissian which is a differently-spelled version of Sargsyan (both pronounced Sargsyan in Armenian). This surname is one of the most popular ones in the country’s political elite. In the different periods of the history of independent Armenia, many state figures holding top state posts bore the family name in question. Here are the eleven highest-ranking Sargsyans of Armenia today.

Armenia eco-camps entice more and more foreign travelers

Green tourism on the rise in Syunik

January 29, 2018
Armenia eco-camps entice more and more foreign travelers
Armen Kazaryan and Siranish Vardanyan, a married couple who moved from the Russian city of Sochi to Armenia, founded an eco-camp in Kapan, Syunik province in 2015. The venue is pretty popular among ecotourism aficionados, including cyclists, climbers and hikers from around the world. The couple have resolved to turn the initiative into a social entrepreneurship and develop Armenia’s southern communities by involving locals in the tourism market.

Snow art fest is one more reason to pack your bag for Armenia

This winter is ideal for it

January 27, 2018
Snow art fest is one more reason to pack your bag for Armenia
This year’s snow art festival, a.k.a Snowman 2018, will be held for the sixth time in the Armenian resort town of Jermuk, set to attract locals and foreigners, professionals and amateurs alike for a fun and effortless entertainment and a comfortable atmosphere. So it’s about time you reserve the weekend of February 17-18 to feel the community spirit in Armenia.

The craziest Guinness world records from Armenia

The cableway, the shoe and the unicycle

January 18, 2018
The craziest Guinness world records from Armenia
The Guinness Book of Records is full of incredible, unbelievable and sometimes even senseless achievements, like when a Japanese man broke the world record for the fastest 100m running on all fours or a lot of people who did all kinds of insane things using just one finger, their hair or teeth. Even ‘Game of Thrones’ is behind some pretty amazing records.

Armenia’s smart cribs sing a lullaby and tell a story

Bringing comfort, design and more

December 14, 2017
Armenia’s smart cribs sing a lullaby and tell a story
A multifunctional smart crib called Cribby has been developed in Armenia, which can be controlled with a smartphone. In a conversation with PanARMENIAN.Net, Sergey Navasardyan, one of the people behind the innovative cradle, revealed that they had incubated the idea of creating such a crib for a pretty long time. The Cribby team, consisting of programmers and designers, started working on the project in the fall of 2017 and are now unveiling the prototype of the cot to the public.

Travelling in Armenia

10 useful mobile apps for comfortable trips

October 24, 2017
Travelling in Armenia
The modern technologies, the smartphones and the mobile applications are reshaping the way people travel these days. Some think it ruins the journey, others argue that these devices and apps are actually very useful. Today, searching through the Google Play or App Store, you can find dozens of travel apps, some of which have over a million downloads.

Terry George

The Oscar-winning helmer who hopes to return to Armenia many, many times

September 25, 2017
Terry George
On a solemn night in Yerevan, stage lights at the Opera House went down, paving the way for the start of “We Promise”, a musical tribute to the Armenian Genocide, inspired by Terry George’s “The Promise” and based on its original score.