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Witness of one (more) Armenian tragedy, in a gorgeous landscape.

This chapel was the last, and also the smallest and the most secluded one (carry your ID!), of the... read more

Reviewed 8 September 2018
Brun066
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Florence, Italy
Nice and beautiful chapel

This chapel is quite small and always close, and has a difficult access, but the landscape and the... read more

Reviewed 16 June 2018
Ferio
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Madrid, Spain
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8 Sep 2018
“Witness of one (more) Armenian tragedy, in a gorgeous landscape.”
16 Jun 2018
“Nice and beautiful chapel”
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Reviewed 8 September 2018

This chapel was the last, and also the smallest and the most secluded one (carry your ID!), of the three UNESCO witnesses of the Armenian culture we visited in the extreme north-west of Iran. But despite its tiny proportions, it maintains a great charm because...More

Date of experience: April 2018
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Reviewed 16 June 2018

This chapel is quite small and always close, and has a difficult access, but the landscape and the building are great. It is really worth going!

Date of experience: June 2018
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Reviewed 12 October 2015

Such a beautiful chapel in an awesome place. It is small but awesome. Next to the village of Barun. No one knows of this chapel/church. I asked around and then got a taxi at my hotel in Maku and they took me here. It was...More

Date of experience: May 2015
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Tom2577
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Response from Brun066 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Tome. The Dzorzor chapel itself is permanently closed. You access the scenic site where it is located through a military control post, where you must deposit your passport; in fact, the whole site is fenced and monitored... More
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