Armenia is a mountain country which surrounds by the Biblical mountains of Ararat as stated in Judeo-Christian theology, that Noah’s Ark came to rest after the flood. The highest point of the mountain is known as Mount Ararat and it is 4090m height. Armenia occupies about 29,800 sq km. It is situated in the southern Caucasus which is bordered by Azerbaijan on the east, Georgia on the north, Iran on the south, Naxcivan on the southwest and Turkey on the west. See Image 1.1 for the map. There are various changes of climates in Armenia. The climate changes by the altitude. For an example, the mountain areas receive the most condensation as in the form of rain and snow while the midland received the heaviest autumn. In Armenia, sun frequently shines and this make fall is the best season. The average temperature in Armenia can be seen in October which is 18-22 degree Celsius.
Armenia has very beautiful scenery surrounding it. Throughout the history of Armenia, the Assyrians called this country as Nairi which means ‘the land of the lakes and rivers’. It has many lakes that has been surrounding by huge mountains. One of the lakes is Lake Sevan. It is the largest lake in Armenia. Armenia has a lot of rivers. All the rivers will mainly flow into Lake Sevan. The longest river that can be found in Armenia is Aras which is 1072 km length.
Some of the states in the greater of Armenia had been thrived during the Bronze Age. The states are Hittite Empire, Mitanni which is located in the south-west of Armenia and Hayasa-Azzi. The modern capital of Armenia is Yerevan. It was found in 782 BC by the Urartian King Argisti I. Armenia was the first country which has received Christianity as their national state religion. Armenians were conquered by The Christianity at the ethnical boundary between the Slawen and The Muslims which came from Romania, Persia, Arab, Mongolia and the Russia.
It has almost 70% of residents live in the towns and cities of Armenia....