Armenian Tea

Our Natural Environment and Rich Climate

enviroment4.jpgAncient Armenia situated in a hearth of the ancient Mesopotamia in neighbourhood with Sumerian, Acadia, Assyria and Persia. Armenia has been blessed with science, recreational and historic attraction. Current Armenia is situated in the south-western portion of Caucuses in neighbouring with Georgia, Azerbaijan, Iran and Turkey. The territory of Armenia is 29.8 thousand sq. km. Armenian Highland is situated in the Alp-Himalayan mountainous system and has 7 climate zones out of 9 existing in the world. Such a diversity of climate zones from Subtropics (375m above sea level) to Alpine Meadows (4090m) is sited on a territory of only 29.8 thousand sq. km, which means that one can travel from "hot summer" to "ice-cold mountains" in 5-6 hours. Armenia has everything from desert plants to oak, beech and pine forests, wet marshland and sub-tropic plants to alpine meadows teeming with wild flowers.

Geographical regions of Armenia are Ararat; Lori-Pambak; Aghstev-Debed; Sevan, Vayots Dzor and Zangezur. Ararat Mountain provides a breathtaking view of a rare geological formation and for beautiful scenery you should also visit Lalvar highland overlooking Odzun and Chatin-Dag where you can observe several states from one point of view. Armenia's flora is very diverse and rich: it has over 3,200 species of plants, from which 500 are used in food.
Ancient Herbals production is the peaceful summer breeze atop a majestic mountain, and it's the mountains' brilliant shows of scarlet, gold, and burgundy in the fall. This place were called in 3000 BCE and some scientists are believe that its coming from Indian world Adjun that means man of nature.

Average temperature in summer +260C
Average temperature in winter -70C
Annual average precipitations 750mm
Mountainous terrain accounts for 47% of the territory, forested 12%.

 

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