Photographs. Matosavank Monastery

The monastery of Matosavank was built in 13th century and its structure actually consists of adjoining small churches, gavit (narthex) and book repositories with vaulted ceilings. A medieval cemetery is located southeast of the complex. The church of Saint Astvatsatsin (it’s sometimes also called the church of St. Astvatsatsin of Pghndzahank) was built in 1247 AD by Avag Zakaryan, the son of Ivane Zakarian of the Orbelyan dynasty.
Matosavank monastery, Dilijan, Tavush Province, Armenia


Matosavank monastery, Dilijan, Tavush Province, Armenia
Matosavank monastery, Dilijan, Tavush Province, Armenia
Matosavank monastery, Dilijan, Tavush Province, Armenia
Matosavank monastery, Dilijan, Tavush Province, Armenia
Matosavank monastery, Dilijan, Tavush Province, Armenia
Matosavank monastery, Dilijan, Tavush Province, Armenia
Matosavank monastery, Dilijan, Tavush Province, Armenia
Matosavank monastery, Dilijan, Tavush Province, Armenia
Matosavank monastery, Dilijan, Tavush Province, Armenia
Matosavank monastery, Dilijan, Tavush Province, Armenia
Matosavank monastery, Dilijan, Tavush Province, Armenia
Matosavank monastery, Dilijan, Tavush Province, Armenia

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