Yagut Akhmedova, from the village of Zeynaddin in the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, has a talent for drawing since childhood. When she was in school, it took her only four years instead of the usual six to complete a course in drawing, and she graduated with honours.
The Berlin Art Hotel project called “Nature and Adventure Village” is hoping to expand the infrastructure of Krashen, an alpine village nestled in northeastern Armenia, and turn it into a magnet for tourists—for adventure, health, sports, and green tourism.
While the business around the globe was struggling to survive during lockdown this past year, a group of young specialists in Armenia came up with an ambitious idea: to make doing business easier by providing an online team.
The border village of Nerkin Tsaghkavan, which means “the place of flowers,” is nestled in the lush forests of the remote Armenian province of Tavush, home to a variety of herbs famous for their health benefits.
Four years ago, some 700,000 hectares of territory in Ukraine had been mined. According to the UN, the Donbas war zone is one of the most mined areas in the world.