SHS-2009 YEREVAN | 10th International Conference on SHS
Abstract Submission
Invited Speakers

SHS-2009 Tsakhkadzor

6-11 July, Armenia


Duration 7 hours

Yerevan City Center Tour
Including visits to:

   * History Museum of Armenia or Matenadaran,
   * Yerevan Brandy Company,

Yerevan city center is the best place to be. The hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, galleries and parks are located in near proximity to each other. Socially active places in the Yerevan are parks around the streets in upper area of downtown. Cafes near Opera Square are great place to visit during the day or in lunchtime. The major streets for the walks in Yerevan are Mashtots Avenue, Sayat Nova Avenue, Abovyan, Tumanyan, and Teryan streets.

To get familiar with the city you can start your walk on Mashtots Avenue. The avenue has many great restaurants, cafes, and shops. The main attractions are Matenadaran - the Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, Opera Square, groceries market (Shuka). The next interesting streets are Abovyan and Tumanyan. These streets are nice for evening walk and have many shaded cafes for an ice cream brake. Abovyan Street has many attractions, hotels, restaurants, shops and historical buildings. Going down on Abovyan Street, you will see the Republic Square, which is the focal point of the city. The square is surrounded by Armenian Government buildings, Mariot Armenia Hotel and History Museum of Armenia.
Parks are plentiful in the Yerevan, the biggest one starts from Nairi Movie Theater and ends near St. Gregor Lusavorich cathedral. The area between Alex Manukyan Street and Khanjian Street is a big park with trees and fountains.
Another place worth mentioning is the Cascade complex. It is an interesting structure with escalators going up to the Victory Park. You can use Cascade escalators free of charge and it is a much better alternative to climbing up the stares in summer heat. The Victory Park is on a mountain and has a scenic overlook to the entire downtown from above.
During the day you can visit two beautiful churches of Yerevan. The St. Sarkis church is located in the beginning of Mashtots Avenue and it is situated near Hrazdan gorge. The newly built St.Gregor Lusavorich cathedral is located on the crossroads of Tigran Mets Avenue and Khanjian Street. The cathedral has some unusual design, but looks magnificent from the Republic Square.
The other interesting place in the downtown is Proshyan Street. To try the best Armenian barbeque, khorovats, in the world go to the restaurants of Proshyan. Here you can visit the museum of Armenian famous movie director Sergey Paradjanov. His own artworks are presented in the museum: films, collages, dolls and reproductions. All these works give clear image of great director's art.
Every Saturday and Sunday the park behind the Khanjyan street becomes a souvenir fair. Make sure to negotiate a better deal and you can get some discounts on gorgeous woodcarvings, pottery and hand made jewellery and souvenirs
from Obsidian. On the weekends you will see a painting fair in the Saryan Park near the Mashtots Avenue. When you are looking for the Armenian cognac in Yerevan, the best place to shop is ARARAT factory.
Outside of the downtown, there are many great things to see. The Hrazdan River gorge is beautiful. Other interesting places to visit outside of the downtown are the Genocide Memorial and Erebuni ancient settlement.
Yerevan has very active social life. If you are looking for nightlife and live entertainment, there is a live music in some cafes like Sayat Nova, Aragast, Triumph and many others.





Extended abstract submission 15 December, 2008  
Information to Authors on abstract acceptation and format of presentation 25 February, 2009  
Tentative Program 01 April, 2009  
Early registration and hotel reservation 01 May, 2009  
Paper submission 01 July, 2009  
SHS-2009 6-11 July 2009  



Multi Rest House hotel
HOTEL VENUE and official symposium Hotel!
The Symposium will be held in Multi Rest House hotel complex that is located in Tsakhkadzor. Tsakhkadzor,  (in Armenian the word means Gorge of Flowers) is located in Kotayk region, Republic of Armenia. The distance from Yerevan, the capital of the Republic is 60km, and from "Zvartnots" International airport-75km. The city spreads out on the Eastern slop of Teghenis Mountain and has 1850m height above the sea level.
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