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https://flic.kr/p/xUER34 | Doors as Art | Tatev Monastery, Armenia

An absolute masterpiece, intricately carved wooden doors at Tatev Monastery, Armenia.

door....old city Gyumri, Armenia

Door, windows, gate, architectural detail in Gyumri, Armenia

The entry to the St. Stepanos Armenian Church. Jolfa, Eastern Azerbaijan

The entry to the St. Stepanos Armenian Church. Jolfa, Eastern Azerbaijan

Ancient doorway and window carved in stone, with Armenian Khachkar stone cross…

Ancient doorway and window carved in stone, with Armenian Khachkar stone cross design above - at Geghard Monastery, Armenia.

Many colors and beautifully painted patterns, interior door at Etchmiadzin Monastery complex in Armenia.

Many colors and beautifully painted patterns, interior door at Etchmiadzin Monastery complex in Armenia.

Saint Gevorg monastery in Mughni, Armenia by Levon Kiukchian

Saint Gevorg monastery in Mughni, Armenia by Levon Kiukchian

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Breathtaking Pictures of Armenian Night Sky - PeopleOfAr

"Saint Hripsine Church built around 410 AD."

Haghpat Monastery, also known as Haghpatavank ("Հաղպատավանք" in Armenian), is a medieval Armenian monastery complex in Haghpat, Armenia.

Armenian window. The Armenian art is based on a mix of metal, stone and glazed ceramics.

Metal ad tile window of St. James Armenian church in Jerusalem. The Armenian art is based on a mix of metal, stone and glazed ceramics.

St. Hripsime Tomb. St. Hripsime, along with her companions in martyrdom, are venerated as the first martyrs in Armenian history. King Drtad inflicted fiendish tortures upon Hripsime, Gayane, and the other sisters. According to the various accounts, the soldiers cut out their tongues, pierced their eyes, chopped up their bodies, and burned them.

St. Hripsime Tomb. St. Hripsime, along with her companions in martyrdom, are venerated as the first martyrs in Armenian history. King Drtad inflicted fiendish tortures upon Hripsime, Gayane, and the other sisters. According to the various accounts, the soldiers cut out their tongues, pierced their eyes, chopped up their bodies, and burned them.

Doors - Echmiadzin Cathedral - Էջմիածնի եկեղեցի - Holy Echmiadzin - Echmiadzin, Armenia by jrozwado

Doors - Echmiadzin Cathedral - Էջմիածնի եկեղեցի - Holy Echmiadzin - Echmiadzin, Armenia by jrozwado

Geghard Monastery - Armenia | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Stone carving details around an entrance door at Geghard Monastery in Armenia

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