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Ivan Fedorovich Choultse (1874-1937)   Sevanavank Monastery on Lake Sevan

Ivan Fedorovich Choultsé "Монастырь Севанаванк на озере Севан/Sevanavank Monastery on Lake Sevan" Oil on canvas, × cm

Ivan Fedorovich Choultsé (1874-1937) - "Sevanavank Monastery on Lake Sevan"   Иван Федорович Шульце - Монастырь Севанаванк на озере Севан https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cf/Иван_Федорович_Шульце_-_Монастырь_Севанаванк_на_озере_Севан.jpg

Ivan Fedorovich Choultsé - Sevanavank Monastery on Lake Sevan century)

Restoring ancient frescoes in Armenia's Kobayr Monastery:Kobayr is a 12th-century Armenian monastery located in the village Kober within Lori district, Armenia. The monastery was built on a shelf of a gorge by the princes of the junior Bagratuni branch, Kyurikids in 1171. The monastery was later acquired by the Zakarids and converted into a Chalcedonian monastery.

Fresco at the ruins of the twelfth-century monastery of Kobayr in northern Armenia.

The Monastery of Sanahin is situated on the wooded mountain slope of Mt. Tchantinler above the village of Sanahin, in the region of Alaverdi, Republic of Armenia.. The monastery is also 2 km southeast of the town of Alaverdi. The oldest references to the monastery were found in early 10th century Armenian manuscripts and relate that the monastery was constructed over the ruins of a 4th or 5th century church. The complex consists of several buildings which date from different periods:

The Monastery of Sanahin is situated on the wooded mountain slope of Mt. Tchantinler above the village of Sanahin, in the region of Alaverdi, Republic of Armenia.. The monastery is also 2 km southeast of the town of Alaverdi. The oldest references to the monastery were found in early 10th century Armenian manuscripts and relate that the monastery was constructed over the ruins of a 4th or 5th century church. The complex consists of several buildings which date from different periods:

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Frescos of Akhtala monastery

Noravank Monastery, Armenia

Photo by Oksana Mirzoyan

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