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This is a very out of the way of tourist trail, but if you are going from border through Lake Sevan to Yerevan, perhaps you can drop by here. There are really no great road signs and even Armenians seem to get lost. However, if...More
Noratus is locatec on the eastern part on the bank of Gavaraget River.It is an ancient settlement with numerous bronse and iron age monuments.It is ancient with 2 chappels 13th century and over 800 stone crosses known as khachkars and also many more grave stones...More
A fascinating place full of intricately carved khachkars (stone crosses). They range in time period from 5 century to medieval times. amazing stories behind some of them as well. A must see for this uniquely Armenian tradition
Feel the aura of ancient times! This place has the biggest collection of carved stones: khachqars. The cemetery has interesting history so it is preferable to have guided tour, but if no it is pleasure for the eyes.
This cemetery is quite amazing. has many Khachkars (Carved Stone Crosses) and lots of interesting grave sites. You can spend a lot of time soaking up the history and the feeling of the place. Well worth visiting.
Noratus cemetery, has the largest collection of Khachkars (Carved Stone Crosses). The oldest khachkars dates to the 10th century. Take your time, walk around, see what were able to do. Amazing -- wish I had more time. Bring your camera - it is something to...More
This cemetery contains a huge number of Khachkars (carved stone crosses) . It also has tomb stones with carvings that show the occupation of the person who is buried there. It is worth spending time here to wander round them all. Local ladies sit in...More
These tombstones are really quite fascinating in the symbols they represent as pointers to ancient lives - this collection of over 1000 Khackars is said to be the largest in the world and is an impressive site at sunset. Bring your camera photographers.