Armenian ”Switzerland”?

All of us know that Switzerland is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It is considered to be even the best place for people to live. A lot of people want to go there because their nature is just awesome. Even going only for the nature means that they are in somewhere else out of this Earth. But what does Armenia have here? Let’s discover together.

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Collective unconscious – The wisdom of mankind – Archetypes

Recently, I was reading a book by Jean Shinoda Bolen – Goddess in every woman, this book is based on the theories of well-known Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Carl Gustav Jung who founded analytical psychology. Jung’s work has been influential in the fields of psychiatry, anthropology, archaeology, literature, philosophy, psychology, and religious studies. Jean Shinoda Bolen has a same kind of book about male archetypes too. I decided to investigate it more, because this theory worked in my case.

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Spas – Armenian Traditional White Soup

Spas is a national Armenian soup. It has a white color and a very pleasant light taste. Ingredients:
matsoni, sour cream, dzawar, cilantro, water, butter, salt (to taste).
It doesn’t take much to cook. You wait until the white mixture (water, matsoni and sour cream) almost boils, then you add dzawar (such a cereal). You need to know that the water should be more than twice as much as matsoni and sour cream combined. When the cereal has already boiled, add butter and herbs, salt.
It seems nothing complicated, but there is a little secret. During cooking, it must be stirred all the time. It is best to stir it with a wooden ladle. Why? That’s the whole secret – when the soup is cooked with something wooden, it turns out tastier and more airy. If there is no wooden ladle, you can throw a match or a toothpick.

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Yulia in Poland

Hi all,

I am Yulia from Armenia. Armenia is an ancient country with its own special culture and history, whose roots go back to the depths of the 9th century BC, the capital of which is now Yerevan. It was in Armenia in 2008 that a leather shoe was found, which was already used by Armenians in 3600-3500 BC. Of course, everyone knows that Armenia was the first country to adopt Christianity as a state religion in 301. Also Armenia, more precisely Western Armenia is the land of 1000 and one church. On the territory of Armenia there is Lake Sevan, where whitefish and Svan trout are found. Lake Sevan contains 3% of the whole earth water of the planet earth. Armenia has its own language, alphabet, which was created in 405-406 by the scientist and priest Mesrop Mashtots. The entire alphabet is a prayer. Armenia is also famous for its carpets and rugs, they can be easily distinguished by patterns and knitting – you will always find a cross in patterns.

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