In order to make the Christian faith accessible to the people in a written form, a monk by the name of Mesrob Mashtotz created the Armenian alphabet in 406A.D. Soon thereafter, the Holy Scriptures were translated into Armenian, followed by the biblical, theological and liturgical writings of eminent church fathers.
https://flic.kr/p/8HnVXr | Old Dilijan Complex | Armenia - Day 4 - 21 September 2010. n the 1800s, the age-old Armenian city of Dilijan was known as a blossoming centre of culture, commerce and cuisine. In order to enjoy the region's picturesque landscape, wealthy vacationers from Tbilisi and Baku and beyond flocked to Dilijan in increasing numbers, giving the town a international culture. In 2004, Tufenkian began restoring the historical district (Sharambeyan Street) of modern-day Dilijan.