Previous Projects

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2010 Project: Sanahin

At Sanahin, AMAP installed 8 information panels, 11 directional signs, 2 travel trail signs (Kings, Queens & Princes). In addition, we distributed 150 laminated guides for visitors speaking one of six alternate languages (Spanish, German, Hebrew, Japanese, Arabic and Farsi).

Sanahin is said to be the older monastery (its name in Armenian translates into “this one […]

March 20th, 2015|2010, Gallery|
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2010 Project: Kirants – Samson Gorge

At Kirants – Samson Gorge AMAP installed 8 information panels, 11 directional signs, 16 markers, 2 travel trail signs (Kings, Queens & Princes), 1 hiking trail map, 2 trail signs.

The area consists of hilly slopes covered with broad-leaf forests interspersed with open glades of various types and rock outcrops in the upper and wider parts […]

March 20th, 2015|2010, Gallery|
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2010 Project: Aruch

At Aruch, AMAP installed 4 information panels, 3 directional signs, 2 travel trail signs (Kings, Queens & Princes), 4 laser cut markers.

The church is the largest (34.6 x 16.95 m.) of Armenia’s early medieval domed hall type of churches and was built during the reign of Prince Grigor Mamikonian.

 

March 19th, 2015|2010, Gallery|
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2010 Project: Aghtsk

At Aghtsk, AMAP installed 2 information panels, 3 directional signs, 2 travel trail signs (Kings, Queens & Princes), 2 laser cut markers.

The architectural and historical complex of Aghstk includes a 5th century church reconstructed in the 19th century as well as a 4th century crypt housing the bones of the Arshakuni kings

 

March 19th, 2015|2010, Gallery|
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2010 Project: Agarak

At Agarak, AMAP installed 4 information panels, 2 directional signs, 3 markers, 4 travel trail signs (Kings, Queens & Princes, Cradle of Civilization), 10 laser cut markers.

Agarak’s entire site and surrounding area is fully covered by rock-cut and stone carved gigantic structure-complexes, mainly related to the Early Bronze Age period settlement.

 

March 19th, 2015|2010, Gallery|
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2010 Project: Matenadaran

At Matenadaran, AMAP installed 2 information panels, 16 indoor museum panels, 4 indoor museum display stands, 10 laser cut markers.

The Matenadaran is both a museum of ancient manuscripts and a scientific research institute.

 

March 19th, 2015|2010, Gallery|
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2009 Project: Aragats Flower Trail

At Aragats Flower Trail, AMAP installed 10 5-language information panels (Armenian, English, Russian, Italian and French) and 4 highway directional signs.As part of its commitment to preserve “Green Monuments” and to promote eco-tourism in Armenia, AMAP has designated some sites for marking trails and some for panels detailing the flora and fauna of the surrounding […]

March 19th, 2015|2009, Gallery|
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2009 Project: Noravank Bird Cave

At Noravank Bird Cave, AMAP installed 1 information panel and 1 directional sign.

The cavern with its unique and stable microclimate was perfect for food storage, which explains how uncovered organic remnants were so well preserved. This part of the cave had another use—as a ritual hall.

March 18th, 2015|2009, Gallery|
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2009 Project: Areni

At Areni, AMAP installed 3 5-language information panels (Armenian, English, Russian, Italian and French) and 4 highway directional signs.Areni is on the Arpa River, where it begins its descent into the Nakhichevan Plains. Some believe Areni was founded in the time of Genesis by Noah and his sons, who tilled the first grape vines. Excavations […]

March 18th, 2015|2009, Gallery|
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2009 Project: Smbataberd

At Smbataberd, AMAP installed 3 5-language information panels (Armenian, English, Russian, Italian and French) and 4 highway directional signs (shared with Tsaghats Kar). The 9th c fortress straddles the ridge between Artabuink (old Yeghegis) and Yeghegis (old Alayaz) villages on an impenetrable spot. The location was so perfectly placed (a buried water pipe carried water from […]

March 18th, 2015|2009, Gallery|