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The Arch of Charents

The Arch of Charents

The Arch of Charents

 

 

The Arch of Charents was erected in 1957 and named in honour of one of the most  famous Armenian poets EghisheCharents. He is the one, who is depicted on the obverse side of 1000-dram banknote.They say, Charents loved this place and used to visit it frequently. The author of the construction is prominent architect RafayelIsrayelyan.The arch itself is just an arch, you may even wonder, why this place is a “must-see”. But from the Charents Arch opens a breathtaking view to Ararat, probably the most stunning view of the Biblical mountain. Although it is situated on the  teritorry of nowadays Turkey, but it is the symbol of Armenia and it’s clearly seen from our side.

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 On the front side of the arch is carved the lines of one of his most famous poems. It says Travel the world: you will never find a crest as pure as Ararat's, As an impassible road to glory, I love my Masis Mountain.

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The Arch of Charents

 

The Arch of Charents was erected in 1957 and named in honour of one of the most  famous Armenian poets EghisheCharents. He is the one, who is depicted on the obverse side of 1000-dram banknote.They say, Charents loved this place and used to visit it frequently. The author of the construction is prominent architect RafayelIsrayelyan.The arch itself is just an arch, you may even wonder, why this place is a “must-see”. But from the Charents Arch opens a breathtaking view to Ararat, probably the most stunning view of the Biblical mountain. Although it is situated on the  teritorry of nowadays Turkey, but it is the symbol of Armenia and it’s clearly seen from our side. On the front side of the arch is carved the lines of one of his most famous poems. It says Travel the world: you will never find a crest as pure as Ararat's, As an impassible road to glory, I love my Masis Mountain.The Arch of Charents

 

The Arch of Charents was erected in 1957 and named in honour of one of the most  famous Armenian poets EghisheCharents. He is the one, who is depicted on the obverse side of 1000-dram banknote.They say, Charents loved this place and used to visit it frequently. The author of the construction is prominent architect RafayelIsrayelyan.The arch itself is just an arch, you may even wonder, why this place is a “must-see”. But from the Charents Arch opens a breathtaking view to Ararat, probably the most stunning view of the Biblical mountain. Although it is situated on the  teritorry of nowadays Turkey, but it is the symbol of Armenia and it’s clearly seen from our side. On the front side of the arch is carved the lines of one of his most famous poems. It says Travel the world: you will never find a crest as pure as Ararat's, As an impassible road to glory, I love my Masis Mountain.