Why is it not very good to live in Armenia? 6 good arguments
3. Natural and national unrest
Mainly, we are talking about earthquakes. Armenia is located in a seismic zone, periodic shaking is not uncommon here. And a serious earthquake that destroyed a couple of cities occurred in the not so distant 1988. Mudflows and avalanches also occur on villages, large-scale downpours. In the warm season, the sun is very active in the country, the heat is not well tolerated due to unaccustomed. Of the national and interethnic unrest, the realities of Armenia are the smoldering conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, where the situation periodically escalates, and the prerequisites for a revolution (the tense situation was in 2018).
Armenians, even young people, prefer home gatherings with food, wine and national dances to nightclubs.
4. Driving culture
Pedestrians and drivers from other, non-Caucasian countries, the local driving style seems barbaric. Ignoring traffic lights (although there are few of them), pedestrian crossings, leaving the car where necessary, driving – all this is practiced by Armenian drivers. But taxis are cheap here, and taxi drivers are the most knowledgeable people in the world. /sized/f550x700/4y/ob/4yobivdezi80k0oggkc0kswo8.jpg” media=”(max-width: 549px)”>