Our first stop is Amberd on the southern slope of Aragats, the majestic Amberd stands proudly, a medieval fortress with the same harsh architecture as itself. Surprisingly, during the excavations, Armenian lavash bread was found there, which was dated to the XII century and was quite edible. Passing the mountain road, we will get into a wonderful world. At an altitude of 3207 m, the breathtaking Kari Lake awaits us on the slope of Mount Aragats, which is the highest in Armenia with a height of 4090 m. Legend has it that the lake was formed due to the tears of Aragats, who was forced to part with her sister from Mount Ararat. At the end of the day we will visit the Alley of Letters, a monument dedicated to the Armenian alphabet.