Built between the 10th and 14th centuries, Haghartsin Monastery was a place of worship, enlightenment, and creativity. It was the site of the nation's first conservatory, it housed the minds of the Armenian Apostolic church's spiritual leaders, and it was a symbol in the region for innovation and spirituality. 1,000 years later, Haghartsin is still a holy place filled with history, art, and community. To learn more about this this iconic Monastery, and the role it plays today, click About.
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