Armenian cuisine is as ancient as the history of Armenia, and a combination of different tastes and aromas. Closely related to Eastern Mediterranean cuisine, various spices, vegetables, fish, and fruits combine to present unique dishes. Throughout history, Armenian cuisine has had cultural exchange with its Greek, Persian, Turkish, and Arab counterparts. Armenia is also famous for its wine, brandy and vodka.
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