Little remains of the Badali Zham Church except the outer walls. The church was built in the 5th-7th century in typical ancient Armenian style. I visited the church on my bike while also checking out Aghtamir Fortress, which is about 100 meters south of the church. If you try to visit these sites by car, you will need high-clearance vehicle and maybe 4 wheel drive. The site is quite spectacular as it sits high on the Kasagh River Gorge, and provides nice views. But unless you are an Armenian church enthusiast, there isn't a tremendous amount of value in visiting this isolated ruin.
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