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One od the most beautiful ,most amasing and most wonderful places in Armenia . A monastery with... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2018
Yerevan, Armenia
Lonely lost in the hills

Absolutely I liked that. We were there after a long day sightseeing and driving. Me the driver was... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2017
Gdansk, Poland
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20 Aug 2018
15 Sep 2017
“Lonely lost in the hills”
Achajur Village, Ijevan, Armenia
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Reviewed 20 August 2018

One od the most beautiful ,most amasing and most wonderful places in Armenia . A monastery with rich history

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Reviewed 15 September 2017

Absolutely I liked that. We were there after a long day sightseeing and driving. Me the driver was tired there but we have find water, opened the tents and cook dinner in the monastery courtyard. From dusk to dawn no man appeared except us -...More

Thank marekp59
Reviewed 1 May 2017

The monastery is quite far away from the village, lost among the trees. As we turn off the Lada, we heard somebody singing. There were only three priests doing the Liturgy in the Church. We were the only attendees. At the end we were invited...More

Thank AntodallaMotta
Reviewed 15 November 2016

In Armenia there are many monasteries and many of them are in the forests or on the mountains, because of wars and enemies. This is one of the oldest ones and you can find lot of Khachqars (Armenian cross-stones) here. It is not visible even...More

Thank Areg K
Reviewed 20 February 2015

Few kilometers away from Ijevan, in the middle of a lush forest, lies this lonely monastery. This place is is very far from the most common turistic places in Armenia, but it's worth the small detour if you are near. The best moment of the...More

Thank Travellover1978
Reviewed 21 August 2014

Makaravank is my very favorite monastery in a country of hundreds if not thousands of churches and monasteries. This off the beaten path and therefore more peaceful to visit. The structures themselves are beautiful, though perhaps some of the other places like Tatev and Noravank...More

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