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Noyemberyan landscape

Noyemberyan (Armenian: Նոյեմբերյան) is a city in Northern Armenia at a height of 800 meters above sea level, with a population of 5,500 people.

Understand[edit]

Get in[edit]

By train[edit]

Nearest train station is in 22 km SE - Ayrum.

By bus[edit]

Marshutnis can be taken from Yerevan, Vanadzor, and others. In Yerevan, they leave from the central bus station, usually referred to as the Kilikia Bus Station.

1 Noyemberyan Bus Station.

By taxi[edit]

Taxis could also be taken from the border with Georgia. The common fare for a taxi is 100 dram per kilometer, though taxis will try to prey on visitors lack of knowledge.

Get around[edit]

Taxis wait for fares near the bus station, just up the stairs. They will speak Armenian, and usually Russian as well. The standard fare is 100 dram per kilometer.

See[edit]

Berdavan Fortress
  • 1 St Sargis Church.
  • 2 Saint Anna Church.

In the vicinity of town[edit]

There are two beautiful but difficult to reach monastery nearby.

  • 3 Monastery Mshkavank (on a mountain about 2 km west of the city). The monastery was founded in the 13th century, but its small church with Gavit refers to the 6th century and possibly was built on a ruins of a pagan temple.
  • 4 Monastery of St. Sargis.
  • 5 Berdavan Fortress (about 1½ km to the north of the town, 500 meters from the border with Azerbaijan).
  • 6 Saint John the Illuminator Church.

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Eat[edit]

There are several cafes in town. They do not usually serve food, but will go and buy something at a store if you ask. If you want food, there is a horavats (grill) restaurant on the road south of town before you reach the next village. The taxi fare should be 500 dram, the minimum fare.

  • 1 Cafe "Noyemberyan", Yerevanyan St. 10:00 – 23:30. Free Wi-Fi.

Drink[edit]

There are several cafes in town. There you can find soft drinks, Armenia (Turkish) style coffee, beers, vodka, and brandy (called cognac).

Sleep[edit]

There are two hotels in Noyemberyan and a third one is being built.

Out of town[edit]

  • Levon Hotel Complex, village Berdavan (2km from Noyemberyan).

Connect[edit]

There is a Wi-Fi zone covering entire town of Noyemberyan although it's not free.

Go next[edit]


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