One of the oldest cities in the world dating back to 782 BC, Yerevan, the capital of the Republic of Armenia, is the country’s political and economic hub.
With more than a million residents and attracting tourists from around the world, Yerevan is compact and crowded, with an intense cultural life that draws a lot of traffic.
Yerevan has a long-long history of thousands of years, dating back to the rise of oldest civilizations in the world.
One theory regarding the origin of Yerevan's name is the city was named after the Armenian king, Yervand IV, the last leader of the Orontid Dynasty, and founder of the city of Yervandashat.
The principal symbol of Yerevan is Mount Ararat, which is visible from any area in the capital.
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Early Christian Armenian chroniclers attributed the origin of the name, "Yerevan," to a derivation from an expression exclaimed by Noah, in Armenian. In Armenian manuscripts, Yerevan was also mentioned as Erevan, Erivan, Erewan, Ervan, Eruan, Arevan, Iravan, Revan and Ayravan.
While looking in the direction of Yerevan, after the ark had landed on Mount Ararat and the flood waters had receded, Noah is believed to have exclaimed, "Yerevats! However, the predominant former names of the city are Erebuni and Erevan.
On the whole the cuisine of Dolmama is rich with interesting author’s variations of traditional Armenian dishes.
The interior of the restaurant is also created by Avanyan - it is vivid and bright but not at all in annoying ethnic style.