Slighty sweet and fleshy, the apricot works well in summer fruit salads and as a purée on pancakes. For Armenians, however, it also stirs national pride. Known by scientists as prunus armeniaca, the fruit is thought to have originated in Armenia and, over time, it became a symbol of the nation.
Did Armenia’s Eva Rivas star in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider? And is Angelina Jolie representing Armenia at Eurovision this year? Wiwi is getting confused. But take a look at these photos of Eva Rivas and you’ll understand why. Those fulsome lips and that beautiful mane put Angelina to shame. SEPARATED AT BIRTH: GEORGIA’S SOFIA NIZADHARADZE […]
Armenian Eurovision candidate Eva Rivas arrived in Thessaloniki, Greece yesterday to promote her song Apricot Stone. Along with municipal officials, Rivas planted apricot trees to symbolize the unity of Armenia and Greece. Then she appeared on Greek television to explain that her grandmother is Greek and that this obligates all Greeks to vote for her. […]
Bookies are forecasting a showdown between Azerbaijan’s Safura and Israel’s Harel Skaat at Eurovision. But according to Wiwi’s poll “Who Will Win Eurovision 2010?,” it may end up as a race between Israel and Armenia’s Eva Rivas. After three days and more than 700 votes, Israel’s Skaat leads with 24% of all votes, but Armenian […]
“Apricot Stone” lyrics — Eva Rivas Eurovision 2011 — Armenia
Read the lyrics and translation to Inga and Anush’s “Jan Jan” — Armenia’s entry at Eurovision 2009.