Haghartsin Monastery Complex is a 13th-century monastery in Armenia’s Tavush Province, near the town of Dilijan. It was constructed between the 10th and 13th centuries (in the 12th under Khachatur of Taron), with much of it funded by the Bagratuni Dynasty.

Traditionally, an eagle was soaring over the dome of the main building at its dedication and thus it became commonly known as the monastery of the playing (or soaring) eagle (“Hagh” means a game while “Artsin”, a form of “Artsiv”, means eagle in Armenian). is the ultimate directory platform to search & find Monasteries in the Religion sector in Armenia!

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