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Have you ever tasted a real Armenian apricot? It's unique.

The colour of the Armenian apricot is neither yellow nor orange. It is the unique colour with the special name – “tsirani”.

According to the legend, the apricot tree is the only tree that Noah brought from the Ark, to plant in the new soil and grow it for the people. The flood destroyed many fruit trees, however, the apricot survived in the Land of Apricots, Armenia.

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APRICOT

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Length: 2000cm  Height: 90cm  Depth: 70cm

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Have you ever tasted a real Armenian apricot? It's unique. The colour of the Armenian apricot is neither yellow nor orange. It is the unique colour with the special name – “tsirani”. According to the legend, the apricot tree is the only tree that Noah brought from the Ark, to plant in the new soil and grow it for the people. The flood destroyed many fruit trees, however, the apricot survived in the Land of Apricots, Armenia. Worth eating  Armenian apricots on this kitchen counter.

Have you ever tasted a real Armenian apricot? It's unique.

The colour of the Armenian apricot is neither yellow nor orange. It is the unique colour with the special name – “tsirani”. According to the legend, the apricot tree is the only tree that Noah brought from the Ark, to plant in the new soil and grow it for the people. The flood destroyed many fruit trees, however, the apricot survived in the Land of Apricots, Armenia. Worth eating Armenian apricots on this kitchen counter.

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Have you ever tasted a real Armenian apricot? It's unique.

The colour of the Armenian apricot is neither yellow nor orange.

It is the unique colour with the special name – “tsirani”.

According to the legend, the apricot tree is the only tree that Noah brought from the Ark, to plant in the new soil and grow it for the people. The flood destroyed many fruit trees, however, the apricot survived in the Land of Apricots, Armenia.

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Copyright 2019 Momig Design. All rights reserved.

designed by BRANDIT.