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Been here last January 4, 2018
This is probably the smallest church I've seen in Armenia which stand more or less 20 feet by more or less 25 feet.
Sadly, the church was closed during our tour here....
But our tour guide, explained that many...More
This is my second visit and second review of Karmravor Church. My first visit, I had ridden my bike here from Yerevan. Now my second visit, I drove by here with some friends on a Saturday roadtrip. Karmravor Church is not particularly remarkable. It is...More
Karmravor (meaning "Reddish" because of the color of its dome) or Surp Astvatsatsin is a 7th-century Armenian church built by priests Gregory and Manas. The church is located on the northeast side of the town of Ashtarak in the Aragatsotn Province of Armenia. It is...More
Karmravor St. Astvatsatsin Church is one of many beautiful historical sites in Ashtarak, Armenia. It was built in the second half of the 7th century and was built on the site of an older pagan temple. According to the info signs, this is Armenia's best...More
Karmravor ( "Reddish" because of the color of its dome) or Surp Astvatsatsin ("Holy Mother of God") is a 7th-century Armenian church built by priests Gregory and Manas. The church is located on the northeast side of the town of Ashtarak in the Aragatsotn Province...More