From Martuni we took the Selim Pass road to Yeghegnadzor.
There were no buses available that day so we had to take a taxi. In the end, that was a good choice since we had an opportunity to visit Selim Caravensarai, an ancient Silk Road guest house, which is located in the pass. It was built in 1332.
Caravanserai was great – and so were the views of Selim Mountains. Selim Pass was for sure one of the most magnificent parts of our Armenian tour.
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