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Arakelots Vank

Arakelots Monastery
Arakelots Vank
Arakelots Monastery (Kirants) is located in Armenia
Arakelots Monastery (Kirants)
Shown within Armenia
Basic information
Location near Kirants, Tavush Province, Armenia
Geographic coordinates
Affiliation Armenian Apostolic Church
Status Abandoned
Architectural description
Architectural type Monastery
Architectural style Armenian
Completed 13th century

Arakelots Monastery (Armenian: Առաքելոց վանք Arakelots vank' ; "Monastery of the Apostles") is a 13th-century monastery located roughly 3 kilometers southwest of the village of Kirants in the Tavush Province of Armenia. The monastic complex sits upon the crest of a hill surrounded by a dense forest on the left bank of the Kunen River.

Approximately 80 meters downhill from the monastery are the ruins of a caravanserai. The ruins of a chapel sit on the next hill as well. Supposedly, two kilometers northeast of Arakelots Vank on a flat area on the mountain ridge is the little church and khachkar of Khndzorut.

See also

External links

  • Armeniapedia.org: Arakelots Monastery
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