So there was another thing I wanted to share about Barcelona, though I'm back in Yerevan. While I was there, one of the coolest things I visited was a village, built for tourists. The village was in the middle of Barcelona, with every narrow street (no cars allowed) being typical of a specific region of Spain. It was very well done with every little angle being picturesque, and loads of appropriate stores for tourists as well as restaurants and bars. You actually had to pay to enter, but I think it would be even cooler just open to the city/world. I could see Kond being redeveloped like that with a tiny section of Dilijan architecture, then Goris, then Meghri, then Tashir, then Hadrut, then Gyumri, then old Yerevan, then Marash and Van and so on... it's not going to happen, but anyway, I loved the idea and the implementation.