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Sharambeyan Street, Dilijan

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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2.7/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
Lined with traditional houses and artisan workshops, Sharambeyan Street takes you hundreds of years back in time. Situated within a national park, the area, popularly known as "Little Switzerland" for its forested hills and picturesque houses made of stone and wood, remains home of many Armenian visual artists, musicians, and filmmakers. Browse through the small shops or check into one of the guesthouses. The street is also home to an art gallery and a museum. Work out when and for how long to visit Sharambeyan Street and other Dilijan attractions using our handy Dilijan trip itinerary maker.
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  • This street is a bit tricky to find. I expected it to be the center of the town, but it's actually a street up a hill (in the roundabout direction Sevan and then first crossroad few meters from rounda...  read more »
  • This street was renovated by the hotel. Very nice idea but not very well executed. The carver and the potter were the best shops. Nothing to buy for western needs in the other shops. 
  • great place takes you back 100 years. Everything has been kept as it was with few improvements. Many cute little shops selling woodcraft, pottery and handmade souvenirs there was a museum and a bakery...  read more »
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