However, more extraordinary fact is that one of the three countries marked on the Babylonian clay slab-map of the 6th century BC is Armenia, which means that we have had our place on the world map for more than 2600 years.
For our ancestors the world was a plot of land surrounded with water. But luckily they didn’t restrict their knowledge and carried on their attempts to “measure” the world. Owing to these measures we have maps, and the 10 oldest maps of the world are represented here.
The official closing ceremony of the training phase of the program entitled "Information about the country of origin in the context of asylum decision procedures" took place in the courtroom of the Faculty of Law of YSU.
Within the framework of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) International Science and Technology Initiative (MISTI) Global Teaching Labs (GTL) program Yerevan State University (YSU) hosted three students back in January this year for the first time. MIT students Yu Jing Chen, Anne Snyder, and Sean Zhang taught three different subjects and held hands-on workshops for YSU students.