Following Armenian Kings
Dvin was a large commercial city, the capital of early medieval Armenia, the ruins of which are located in the province of Ararat nearby a town by the same name. The city was built by Chosroes III of Armenia in 335 on a site of an ancient settlement and fortress from the third millennium B.C. Since then the city was used as the primary residence of the Armenian Kings of the Arshakuni Dynasty. The city had a population of about 100,000 citizens who were in various professions including arts and crafts, trade, fishing, etc.

Trip is easy one, generally on the even surroundings.

Distance 80 km
Start at 10 am

Our Goal - Dvin citadel (what is remains from it)
Food - light
Garment - sport
Rout - HVZ (Leningradyan 31)- Ayntap- Marmarashen- Mxchyan- Dvin- Verin Dvin- Dvin- Berganush- Yerevan

For any further information and for rent of bicycle plkease call to Samvel (093-426-654)
Start Time: 20 June, 2010, 05:00
End Time: 20 June, 2010, 14:00
Location: Dvin