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Armenia - Noravank - century Armenian Apostolic Church monastery in a narrow gorge made by the Amaghu river

Noravank (Meaning "New Monastery" in Armenian) is a 13th-century Armenian monastery.

Noravank (Meaning "New Monastery" in Armenian) is a 13th-century Armenian monastery.

Geghard Monastery, Unesco World Heritage Site in central Armenia.  It is partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. There are some structures that survive from 1215, but many were reconstructed from the ground up in the 17th and 20th centuries. (via photo-armenia.com).

Geghard Monastery, Unesco World Heritage Site in central Armenia. It is partially carved out of the adjacent mountain, surrounded by cliffs. There are some structures that survive from 1215, but many were reconstructed from the ground up in the 17th and 20th centuries. (via photo-armenia.com).

Գեղարդի վանք (4-13րդ դարեր) / Geghard Monastery (4th-13th centuries)

Գեղարդի վանք (4-13րդ դարեր) / Geghard Monastery (4th-13th centuries)

Saint Hripsime Church (Armenian: Սուրբ Հռիփսիմե եկեղեցի, Surb Hřip’simē yekeghetsi; sometimes Hripsimeh)[5][6] is a seventh century Armenian Apostolic church in the city of Vagharshapat (Etchmiadzin), Armenia. It is one of the oldest surviving churches in the country. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with other nearby churches, including Etchmiadzin Cathedral, Armenia's mother church, in 2000.

Saint Hripsime Church (Armenian: Սուրբ Հռիփսիմե եկեղեցի, Surb Hřip’simē yekeghetsi; sometimes Hripsimeh)[5][6] is a seventh century Armenian Apostolic church in the city of Vagharshapat (Etchmiadzin), Armenia. It is one of the oldest surviving churches in the country. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with other nearby churches, including Etchmiadzin Cathedral, Armenia's mother church, in 2000.

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