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Ramada Hotel & Suites By Wyndham Yerevan
Ramada hotel will be venue for upcoming Functional Food Centers 29th international conference on functional foods and chronic diseases. Welcome to the four-star hotel Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Yerevan, which is located 11 km from Zvatrnots International Airport. The hotel is a few steps away from the Republic Square, on one of the oldest and historically important streets of Yerevan. With a panoramic view of the biblical Mount Ararat and the picturesque center of the city, the hotel is an ideal place to stay for travelers who want to explore the capital and culture of Armenia. In the area you can find museums, concert halls, the building of the Opera and Ballet and the famous singing fountains of the Republic Square. The hotel has 2 closed restaurants: "TARTAR" and "RED POINT INDOOR". For more information about hotel please visit the fallowing page: https://www.wyndhamhotels.com/ramada/yerevan-armenia/ramada-by-wyndham-hotel-and-suites-yerevan/overview    

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The Matenadaran, officially the Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, is a museum, repository of manuscripts, and a research institute in Yerevan, Armenia. The earliest mention of a manuscript repository in Armenia was recorded in the writings of the 5th century historian Ghazar Parpetsi, who noted the existence of such a repository at the Etchmiadzin catholicosate in Vagharshapat, where Greek and Armenian language texts were kept. Thousands of manuscripts in Armenia were destroyed over the course of the tenth to fifteenth centuries during the Turkic and Mongol invasions. 

Republic Square The hotel is a few steps away from the Republic Square, on one of the oldest and historically important streets of Yerevan. Republic Square, known locally as Hraparak, "the square") is the central town square in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. It consists of two sections: an oval roundabout and a trapezoid-shaped section which contains a pool with musical fountains. The square is surrounded by five major buildings built in pink and yellow tufa in the neoclassical style with extensive use of Armenian motifs. This architectural ensemble includes the Government House, the History Museum and the National Gallery, the ministries of Foreign Affairs and Transport and Communications. The square was originally designed by Alexander Tamanian in 1924. The construction of most of the buildings was completed by the 1950s; the last building—the National Gallery—was completed in 1977.