During these 3 days, we will discover Artsakh. We will visit the most famous sights: Dadivank, Gandzasar, Tirganakert and more. In addition to historical and architectural monuments, we will also visit natural monuments.
Yerevan - Dadivank - Gandzasar- Stepanakert
On the first day of the trip we will visit Dadivank. The complex was built between 9-13 centuries. Then we will continue to see Sea stone and Rocky lion. The next stop will be the Gandzasar Monastery. The complex is located on a hill and its name means the “Treasur-Montain”. Here you will have the chance to visit its Matenadaran. Then we will head to Stepanakert. We will stay for the night here.
Geological museum of Stepanakert - Tigranakert castle - Mayraberd fortress - “We and Our Mountains” monument - Hunot canyon, Zontikner(Umbrellas) - Stepanakert
The second day we will visit the Geological museum of Stepanakert. After that, you will head to Tigranakert Fortress. The city Tigranakert was one of the capitals of the Hellenistic period. Then we will continue to Mayraberd fortress. The complex was built in the 18th century for protection. Depending on the weather we will have a hike to Hunot canyon, where you will see the Umbrellas. On your way to Stepanakert you will have a stop at the “We are Our Mountains” monument. It symbolizes the power of Armenians.
Shushi fortress, victory tank - Jdrduz - Ghazanchetsots St. Amenaprkich (Savior) church - Yerevan
On the last day we will head to the Shushi fortress. Here we will see Shushi fortress and the victory tank that has played an important role during the war of Artsakh. You will also visit Jdrduz, from where a breathtaking view of Hunot Canyon opens. You will also visit the Geological museum of Artsakh. The last stop before heading to Yerevan will be Ghazanchetsots St. Amenaprkich (Savior) church. It is made of white stone and is the seat of the head of the Armenian Apostolic Diocese in Arzach.
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