Tzitzernavank Monastery

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Tzitzernavank Monastery (Armenian: Ծիծեռնավանք, Swallows Monastery) is an Armenian monastery in the region of Kashatagh (under control of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic). The monastery dates from the fourth to sixth centuries and recognized as a native Armenian example of an “oriental” architectural type.[1]

The church of St. Gregory was reopened after a restoration in 1999-2000.[2]

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