Photos Armenia
Photos Armenia

Dilijan - Goshavank Monastery

Goshavank is a 12-13th century Armenian monastery located in the village of Gosh in the Tavush Province

Dilijan - World War II Monument

A large World War II monument located on a hilltop in the Armenian town of Dilijan

Dilijan - Old Sharambeyan Street

Sharambeyan street has been preserved as old town with craftsman's workshops, a gallery and a museum

Dilijan - Soviet architecture

Large public building in familiar Soviet architectural style dating from the 1970s on the central square of Dilijan

Dilijan - Soviet architecture

Soviet era public building in the picturesque town of Dilijan now used by the Armenia Bank

Sevan - Artists house

The famous House of Artists on lake Sevan seen from the top, this important landmark has now fallen in decay

Sevan - Sevanavank Monastery

Sevanavank Monastery was founded on an island in the year 874, but is now on a peninsula since the water level felt down

Sevan - Sevanavank Monastery

Our very friendly, and knowledgeable guide ***** posing in front of the Sevanavank Monastery at Lake Sevan

Sevan - Lake Sevan

Lake Sevan in the evening with on the left the island with the Sevanavank Monastery and the House of Artists

Sevan - Bohemyan Resort

Bohemyan Resort, our hotel on Lake Sevan, post Soviet but a good facility to relax a couple of days on the lake

Sevan - Noratus Cemetery

Noratus Cemetery is medieval cemetery with a large number of early khachkars located near Lake Sevan

Sevan - Noratus Cemetery

A tombstone on Noratus Cemetery depicting a wedding celebration with instruments and a table with food

Selim - Selim Caravanserai

The Selim Caravanserai was built in 1332, to accommodate weary travellers and their animals crossing the Selim Pass

Selim - Selim Caravanserai

Interior hall of the Selim Caravanserai on the Selim pas where travellers and their animals would sleep together

Noravank - Noravank Monastery

The 12th century Noravank Monastery is on of the most beautiful medieval buildings we visited in the Caucasus

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