Prayer times in Armenia

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About Armenia

Armenia is a landlocked nation nestled in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia. Bordered by Turkey to the west, Georgia to the north, Azerbaijan to the east, and Iran and Azerbaijan's exclave Nakhchivan to the south, its location has made it a focal point of various historical conflicts and cultural influences. Its vibrant capital, Yerevan, is considered one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities, with a history that extends back over 2,800 years. The country's roots run deep into antiquity, with a rich and complex history that is intricately entwined with that of the broader region. As one of the earliest Christian civilizations, Armenia's cultural tapestry is painted with a rich palette of religious influences, most notably from the Armenian Apostolic Church. Dating back to the 1st century AD, it was one of the first countries to officially adopt Christianity as the state religion in the 4th century. The country’s landscape varies from high mountains, including Mount Aragats, the highest peak, to fertile valleys known for their production of grapes for wine and brandy, and apricots. This geographic diversity has contributed to a rich tradition of winemaking, a craft which has been perfected over thousands of years. The country's economy leans towards industry, with its main sectors being high-tech, metals, machinery, food, textiles, and diamond processing. Over the last decade, the IT sector has experienced rapid growth, positioning Armenia as a regional hub for technology and innovation. Despite the nation's small size, Armenia boasts a vibrant cultural scene, characterized by its traditional music and dance, literature, and cuisine, that reflects the resilient spirit of its people.