Armenia UNESCO commitment has registered 3 sites on the World Heritage list and 4 sites on the tentative list.
Some places are so interesting that it’s relevant to keep them for future generations. This is why UNESCO has built a list of crucial classified properties in which there are superb places that stand out for their aesthetic, natural, artistic or cultural significance.
More than a thousand places are registered as Unesco’s World Heritage around the world. Due to my personal interest in visiting World Heritage sites, I put together the UNESCO list in Armenia and the corresponding map.
Armenia UNESCO list
- Cathedral and Churches of Echmiatsin and the Archaeological Site of Zvartnots
- Monasteries of Haghpat and Sanahin
- Monastery of Geghard and the Upper Azat Valley
UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Armenia are protected places for their cultural and natural importance.
Armenia UNESCO Map
Click on the blue pins to view more relevant information about each World Heritage site in Armenia.
Sites on the Tentative List
- The archaeological site of the city of Dvin
- The basilica and archaeological site of Yererouk
- The monastery of Noravank and the upper Amaghou Valley
- The monasteries of Tatev and Tatevi Anapat and the adjacent areas of the Vorotan Valley