A Gold Bar Confiscated In Mush Province And Other News From Historical Armenia

Gold bar confiscated in Mush

In the province of Mush, Historic Armenia, an ancient Greek gold bar weighing 5250 grams was confiscated.

According to the police, during a search within the framework of the fight against the smuggling of cultural and natural property, a 2-piece gold bar weighing 5,250 grams was found in a car stopped at a checkpoint. The smugglers were taken to the police, and an investigation is underway.

Khasuni caves in Tigranakert may be included in the UNESCO World Heritage List

Work is underway to include the Hasuni caves in Tigranakert, Silvan province, Historical Armenia, in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The Silvan Khasuni cave houses traces of habitation going back 3000 years. People have lived in these caves up until the 18th century.

Zipline on the Euphrates River

The Keban district in the province of Kharberd, Historical Armenia, annually attracts many visitors with its tourist features. Now, one of them is a “zipline” on the banks of the Euphrates River that has become the center of attention for tourists and residents of the province.

The zipline was recently opened by Mahmut Aslan, a local entrepreneur, 20 meters above the river. The length of the zip line is 300 meters, which allows adrenaline lovers to enjoy the unique local landscapes.

Source: Western Armenia

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