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We stayed at Jermuk and from Jermuk it took us around an hour. We were driving on our own so we used google maps. At first the it took us through a military route which had no entry so we had to detour which then...More
I have been only once in this place, but it was enough to fall in love with this amazing place. This place is really mystical, not just officially religious place and you feel the energy of this place. Some nice people serve in this monastery...More
If you are in this region don't miss this monastery. The monastery was built in 936 AD by Princess Sephia of Syunik.
There is a drinkable water spring you should see/drink...
The only issue is the road that is in a bad shape. You can...More
To get to this monastery goes through old road which is in very bad shape or through shortcut trough the canyon's narrow roads. Either way is dangerous however the destination's views are rewarding. It is worth seeing. A medieval monastery hidden in the mountains.