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Geghard Monastery

Geghard Monastery
Geghard Monastery
Geghard Monastery
Geghard Monastery
Geghard Monastery
Geghard Monastery
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Geghard Monastery
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Geghard Monastery
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Geghard Monastery
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  1. There are twin and triple chapels with one entrance, some of the entrances ornamented with carvings. There are many often richly ornamented khachkars cut on rock surfaces and on the walls of the structures or put up on the grounds of Geghard in memory of a deceased or in commemoration of someone’s donation to the monastery.

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