Lavash Bread is very popular in Iran and its neighboring countries, such as Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Turkey. Lavash, the preparation, meaning and appearance of traditional bread as an expression of culture in Armenia was inscribed in UNESCO in 2014 on the representative list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. A few more countries in the same region were added to the list of representative in 2016. Lavash is a soft, very thin and usually circle shaped bread. It is unleavened and made with flour, water, and salt and baked in a tandoor (tannour) and sometimes sprinkled with sesame seeds and/or poppy seeds. The thickness of the bread varies depending on how thin it was rolled out.