Gata is the symbol of Armenian cuisine and one of the main decorations of Armenian tables. It is sweet bread with khoriz- a filling of flour, butter, and sugar; it may have different decorations. This festival takes place in Khachik village, located in Vayots Dzor Region. The locals treat the guests to the traditional national dishes and different types of Gata. Visitors also witness the largest Gata and can also taste it. Besides, they can take part in traditional folk dances, songs, and games. During the Gata festival, you can visit Kharkoph or Khotakerats Churches (9-13 centuries), also you can visit one of the Armenian greatest poets Paruyr Sevak’s house-museum.