Photos – Armenia Photos from Beautiful Armenia Storks. Surenavan Town, Ararat Province. Khor Virap with Mount Ararat in background. Ararat Province. The Holy Lance in Etchmiadzin Cathedral. Etchmiadzin Cathedral – Мother Church of the Armenian Apostolic Church. UNESCO World Heritage Site. 301 AD. Khor Virap with Mount Ararat. Old Gyumri, Abovyan street Geghardavank, Ayrivank. 4th century. UNESCO World Heritage Site with enhanced protection status. Geghard Monastery Complex. Kotayk province. Amberd. 10th century. Fortress Located 2,300 Meters Above Sea Level, on the Slopes of Mount Aragats. Near Vahramashen Surp Astvatsatsin or the Church of Amberd. 10th century. Armavir Province. Geghard, Khachkars or Armenian Cross-Stones inset in rock outcropping The Temple of Garni, 1st century AD. Kotayk Province. The Temple of Garni, 1st century AD. Fragment of the Frieze. Lastiver – Zipline, Yenokavan, Tavush Province. Sevanavank Monastery Complex, 874 AD. Trchkan Waterfall – the Highest Waterfall of Armenia. 23 m. Near Lori Province. Mountains, Syunik Province. Oldest Leather Shoe–5,500 year old. Found in Areni. Khachkars Inset in Rock Outcropping, Geghard Monastery. Lake Sevan. 1,900 m Above Sea Level. Gegharkunik Province. Garni, Symphony of Stones. Kotayk Province. Symphony of Stones. Near to Azat River. Kotayk Province. Near Noravank Monastery Complex. Vayots Dzor Province. Halidzor, Syunik Province. Gavit оr Jamatun of Geghard Monastery in Armenia. UNESCO World Heritage Site. Geghard, Cupola. Sardarapat Memorial. Armavir Province. Geghard, Cupola on Arches. Wall Carvings. Geghard Monastery Complex. Rocks near Areni. Shaki Waterfall, 18 m, Syunik Province. Rocks. Near Noravank. Noravank Monastery Complex. 13 century. Vayots Dzor Province. Noravank Monastery Facade. Gyumri. Second Largest City in Armenia. Holy Saviour’s Church. United World College -Dilijan School Parz Lake, Parz Lich. Tavush Province. Lake Sevan. 1900 m Above Sea Level. Gegharkunik Province. Near Azat River. Near Trchkan Waterfall – the Highest Waterfall of Armenia. Trchkan Waterfall, 23 m Aragats Mountain has 4 summits: Northern—4,090 m Western—3,995 m Eastern—3,908 m Southern—3,888 m Azhdahak – Extinct Volcano, the Highest Point of Gegham Mountains. 3.597 m Above Sea. Gegharkunik Province. Azhdahak – Extinct Volcano, the Highest Point of Gegham Mountains. 3.597 m Above Sea. Gegharkunik Province. Ara Ler or Mount Ara, 2,614 m. Aragatsotn Province. Carahunge – “Armenian Stonehenge”. Syunik Province. Apricot, Prunus Armeniaca. Grape, Aarat Valley. Pomegranate, Garni. Ararat Valley, Grape. Pomegranate, Noravank.