Launched in 2019, the Edible Plants in Armenian Cuisine festival is a celebration of Armenian culinary traditions and the role of foraged herbs in the local cuisine of the Lori province of Armenia. The festival takes place in the village of Dsegh and involves participants from different rural communities of Lori who treat the festival visitors to traditional dishes prepared with edible plants and herbs growing in the province. The festival program also includes cooking workshops, performances, music and dance shows, and traditional Armenian games.

Quick Info

Dsegh village
Entrance fee
Full day

What to see in Dsegh

Hovhannes Tumanyan House-Museum
Bardzrakash St. Gregory Monastery
Monastery of Forty Saints
Tsover Lake
All-Savior cross-stone
"Sirun Khach" cross-stone