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RUSSIA EASES COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS FOR FOREIGN TOURISTS

16 June 2022

The Operational Headquarters for Preventing the Spread of Coronavirus decided to partly ease epidemiological restrictions on the entry into Russia of foreign tourists arriving by air, as well as through sea checkpoints, from June 14, 2022.
FLOWER FESTIVAL IN ST. PETERSBURG

08 June 2022

From 9 to 11 June, St. Petersburg will host the International Flower Festival. The colorful event will be dedicated to the 350th anniversary of the birth of Peter I, the founder of the city. In the very center of the Northern capital, the best florists from different cities of Russia (St. Petersburg, Moscow, Kazan, Novosibirsk and others) will present their works.

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Armenia

Armenia covers an area of 29.74 thousand square kilometers and hasn’t any access to the sea. It is bordered on the North by Georgia, on the East by Azerbaijan, on the West and South by Turkey. Armenia is a mountainous country. The capital is Yerevan. 
Armenia is one of the most ancient States of Transcaucasia and the first country, which adopted the Christianity as a state religion. The centuries-old Christian tradition, displayed in the numerous monasteries, churches and khachkars (stone statues carved by crosses), the oldest of which is dated by the 4th century BC. Not less interesting are the ancient city-states, whose age is about 3000 years, ancient fortresses and, of course, picturesque mountain landscapes, full of deep gorges, rapid rivers, waterfalls and lakes, among which is the largest lake of the Caucasus - lake Sevan.