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HISTORICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL MONUMENTS

GOSHAVANK
Goshavank is situated in the centre of village Gosh, at a distance of 16 kilometers to the east from Dilijan, in the picturesque gorge of river Tandzut, at a height of 1230meters above sea-level. It consists of several church constructions built in the 12-13th centuries and sacred places that moulded the splendid architectural complex. The church had a book depository which considered the best among the constructions of the same type /1241-1291/. The famous Aseghnagorts khachkar (the name of khachkar is translated as “embroidered”) is showed at the church doorway.

 
  
 

JUKHTAK VANK
Jukhtak vank lies to the west of Dilijan, at a distance of 3 kilometers, between two small tributaries of the Aghstev, not far from the mineral spring “Dilijan”. It has been built in the 12-13th centuries and consists of two churches hence the name Jukhtak (the name of monastery complex is translated “twins churches”). There is a small churchyard at it.
 
  
 

MATOSAVANK
Matosavank is situated in front of Jukhtak Vank, at a distance of 3.5 kilometers to the west from Dilijan, at the right bank of the Bldan. The monastery complex consists of 3 low constructions. There is a medieval churchyard to the south-east of the church. The Blessed Virgin church has been built in 1205.
 
 

HAGHARTSIN
Haghartsin is a medieval monastery complex of the 10-13th century. It lies to the east of Dilijan at a distance of 12kilometers. It consists of four churches, two chapels a mess-room and khachkars. The mess-room is considered to be construction of great architectural value among the similar others.
 
  
 
 

MONUMENTS
AGHASY KHANJYAN VILLA- built in 1936.
MEMORABLE SPRING AFTER MATINOV- built in 1880 by wine merchant Matinov.
KING OF WOOD - sculpture at the territory of Khanjyan villa. Sculptor A.Sargsyan
MEMORIAL PERPETUATING THE MEMORY OF DILIJANIANS PERISHED AT THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR – built in 1975 by the architects S.Mehrabyan, Kh. Vatinyan.
OBELISK PERPETUATING THE MEMORY OF DILIJANIANS LOST IN ARTSAKH LIBERTY STRUGGLE – built in 2006 owing to benevolence of Armen Abgaryan.
 
  
  
 
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