Victory and Peace Day

This holiday is in celebration of the heroic deeds of our fathers and grandfathers, for years. This victory celebrates long-awaited peace to Armenia, which has endured so much tragedy.

First Republic Day

The Armenian regular military forces and volunteers defeated the Turkish troops, in May 1918, and thus prevented the latter’s invasion of Armenia’s capital city Yerevan.

Children’s Day

Yerevan actively celebrates International Children’s Day on June 1 every year. There are always extended lists of events for this beautiful day. Most of them are organized in downtown.

Constitution Day

This day commemorates the adoption of the first Constitution of Armenia in 1995. On August 23, 1990, Armenia became the first non-Baltic country to declare independence from the Soviet Union.

Independence Day

Founded on September 21, 1991, after 70 years of Soviet rule, with the signing of the Declaration of Independence, Armenia celebrates he birthday of the Second Republic every year.

Merry Christmas

The Armenian Church celebrates the holy birth of Jesus Christ on January 6. In Armenian tradition, this feast day commemorates not only the birth of Christ, but also His baptism. 

New Year

The New Year celebration is one of the most anticipated holidays for an Armenian family. Through the years, the traditions and customs are being kept with a touch of modernization.

Army Day

This day is very prominent in the History of Armenia. In 1992, 28 January, one year after Armenia declared a free country, the Armenian Army was created by Commander Vazgen Sargsyan.