• All
  • Եկեղեցիներ
  • Թանգարաններ

Sevanavank

In the north-western part of Sevan Lake, where the peninsula towers over the transparent surface of the lake, there is a wonderful building. King Ashot Bagratuni’s daughter princess

Matenadaran

Matenadaran is one the world’s richest repository of ancient manuscripts, where about 18,000 manuscripts and 300,000 documents are kept. The main objective of the museum is to preserve,

Tatev Monastery

Tatev is a must-see attraction in Armenia. Among the architectural masterpieces, the monastery of Tatev doesn’t have its rivals. This was the richest medieval monastery in Armenia.

Erebuni Museum

Erebuni Museum was founded in 1968 in Arin Berd hill, on the place where Argishti I, the king of Urartu, built the Erebuni castle, in 782  A.D.. The museum presents

Khor Virap

Originally established in 642 CE, the Khor Virap (Armenian for “deep dungeon”) Monastery did not take on its current and final incarnation until the 17th century, but even before its founding

Parajanov house-museum

Parajanov, who is one of the most mysterious figures of modern Armenian art, is a contemporary and collaborator of Fellini. He amazes the viewers with imagination, beauty, fantasy,

Haghartsin

The Haghartsin Monastery, built in the X-XIII cc, is situated 18 km away from the town of Dilijan, in the woodlands of Tavush region. It is an indescribable example of blend

Etchmiadzin Cathedral

Etchmiadzin is the center of the Armenian Church, the mother church of the Armenian Apostolic Church. It is where the Catholicos Of All Armenians lives, and the location of the Etchmiadzin

St. Hripsime Temple

St. Hripsime Temple was founded in 618 by Catholicos Komitas I Aghtsetsi. The temple is one of the most improved and preserved buildings among medieval structures. According to the legend,

St. Gayane Church

St. Gayanh church is built in the 7th century in the City of Echmiadzin, a short walk from the Cathedral of Echmiadzin. St. Gayane was built by Catholicos Ezra I in