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Garni Temple The Armenian pagan Temple of Garni, probably built 1st century AD, is the only "Greco-Roman colonnaded building" in Armenia and the entire former Soviet Union.[41]

Garni Temple The Armenian pagan Temple of Garni, probably built 1st century AD, is the only "Greco-Roman colonnaded building" in Armenia and the entire former Soviet Union.[41]

Friendly Giant. •Today it Hormone's running out of wack & it's 'fixable . So what Normal ! Live for 276yrs as Old bible days,,new bible 72yrs of lucky - 12 & 3 score yrs (20 is ascore).•this Tall may live till 30's ???

Friendly Giant. •Today it Hormone's running out of wack & it's 'fixable . So what Normal ! Live for 276yrs as Old bible days,,new bible 72yrs of lucky - 12 & 3 score yrs (20 is ascore).•this Tall may live till 30's ???

Saint Gayane Church is a 7th-century Armenian church in Etchmiadzin, the religious center of Armenia. Gayane was the name of an abbess who was martyred with other nuns by Tiridates III of Armenia in the year 301, and subsequently made a saint of the Armenian Apostolic Church. Saint Gayane Church is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Saint Gayane Church is a 7th-century Armenian church in Etchmiadzin, the religious center of Armenia. Gayane was the name of an abbess who was martyred with other nuns by Tiridates III of Armenia in the year 301, and subsequently made a saint of the Armenian Apostolic Church. Saint Gayane Church is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Dadivank monastery is situated on the left bank of the river of Tartar, 100 km north from Stepanakert. This wonderful sample of the Armenian architecture...

Dadivank monastery is situated on the left bank of the river of Tartar, 100 km north from Stepanakert. This wonderful sample of the Armenian architecture...

Ancient Roman Temple of Portunus (Tempio di Portuno) in Piazza della Bocca della Verità, Rome (Italy) This temple has a previous and mistaken name: Temple of Fortuna Virilis ("manly fortune"). It was built in the 1st Century BC in the Ionic Order, which is fully represented in all details of this portico.  The temple was also a church for some of its history but is now an ancient monument. It has clearly been much restored, while still showing quite a bit of damage to its details.

Ancient Roman Temple of Portunus (Tempio di Portuno) in Piazza della Bocca della Verità, Rome (Italy) This temple has a previous and mistaken name: Temple of Fortuna Virilis ("manly fortune"). It was built in the 1st Century BC in the Ionic Order, which is fully represented in all details of this portico. The temple was also a church for some of its history but is now an ancient monument. It has clearly been much restored, while still showing quite a bit of damage to its details.

Armenia- Prowincja Tavush - Klasztor  Haghartsin- chyba zmiana koloru po remoncie. XIIIw.UNESCO.Są groby królewskie.

Armenia- Prowincja Tavush - Klasztor Haghartsin- chyba zmiana koloru po remoncie. XIIIw.UNESCO.Są groby królewskie.

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