Armenia is a mountainous country in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia. The Republic of Armenia is located in the north-east of the Armenian Highland. The terrain is mountainous, with fast flowing rivers and forests. Since the climate is highland continental with hot summers (the temperature fluctuates between 22 and 36 °C) and cold winters (with plenty of snow, with temperatures ranging between −10 and −5 °C), you can find here all shooting regimes you need.
In Armenia you can find a remarkable mix of various locations.
Besides Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, here are more then 20 cities/towns, traditional villages, open-air museums.
The first Armenian churches were built in between late 3rd to early years of the 4th century, when Armenia became the first state in the world to adopt Christianity as its official religion. Armenian churches were often built on the sites of destroyed pagan temples, and imitated some aspects of Armenian pre-Christian architecture. Currently, there are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Armenia: a) Monasteries of Haghpatand Sanahin, b) Cathedral and Churches of Echmiadzin and the Archaeological Site of Zvartnots and c) Monastery of Geghard and the UpperAzat Valley.