Visit the 13th century Saghmosvank, which was built in the village of Saghmosavan near the deep gorge of Qasagh River. Overall, its excellent location provides additional beauty and comeliness to the monastery. In the 13th century it was one of the educational, cultural and spiritual centers of Armenia.
Discover Armenian Alphabet Monument in Artashavan. Giant stone letters are dedicated to the founder of Armenia's alphabet, Mesrop Mashtots. Find your first letter of the name!
Continue your tour to Amberd, which is an important historical site that survived and reached us from the 7-th century. Some say that it was built in the 11-13th centuries, attributing it to the near located church. Amberd means ‘fortress in the clouds’; the name is due to its location 2300 meters above sea level.