Country: Armenia, City: Yerevan

The Republic of Armenia, or Armenia (Armenian: Hayastan, Hayq), is a landlocked country in the southern Caucasus, between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, bordered by Turkey to the west, Georgia to the north, Azerbaijan in the east and Iran (Persia) in the south. Armenia is a member of the Council of Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States and for centuries has been on the crossroad between the West and East.

The terrain is mostly mountainous, with fast flowing rivers and a few forests. The climate is highland continental. The land rises to 4,095 m above sea-level at Mount Aragats, and no point is below 400 m. Mount Ararat, a well known Armenian symbol, is the highest mountain in the region and used to be part of Armenia until around 1915 when Turkey took over land from Armenia.

The capital city, Yerevan, is located around the Hrazdan River, and is home to some 1.2 million people. The next three largest cities are Gyumri (pop. 121,000), Vanadzor (pop. 74,000) and Abovian (pop. 54,000). Another important city is Echmiadzin, located some 20 miles west of Yerevan, which is the seat of the patriarchate of the Armenian Apostolic Church.

Yerevan, the ancient capital of Armenia, extends you a warm and friendly welcome. It is one of the oldest cities in the world. The earliest recorded settlement there dates back to 782 BC. You can still see relics from this part of our history. Nowadays it's a modern city with wonderful monuments, beautiful parks, and numerous cultural centers. There are a lot of restaurants, open-air cafes, where different authentic cuisines are available. It is also known as a very safe place with low rate of crime.

One of the highlights of Armenia is Lake Sevan, the second largest lake in the world relative to its altitude.

Armenia, acknowledged as one of the cradles of civilization, is a beautiful country with a sophisticated people and a long and cultured history. As a result, Armenia is an intriguing tourist destination. Numerous monuments and masterpieces of the Ancient era and Middle Ages can be found throughout the country.


The Clinic:

The YCLLR is located in the " NAIRI " medical center, the most well-equipped and comfortable medical unit in Armenia and acknowledged as one of the best in the region. The hospital grounds offer shady tree-lined paths and a pleasant setting for convalescing patients. Many hotels are conveniently located throughout the city and all types of transportation are available. Yerevan is a half-hour drive from Zvartnots airport, which has convenient connections with many cities in Europe and the Middle East.


21 Paronian Str.
375058, Yerevan, Republic of Armenia

TEL: +374 10 537 783
FAX: +374 10 565 619

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