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Temple of Garni The Temple of Garni is a classical Hellenistic temple in Garni, Armenia. It is perhaps the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian Armenia.The temple was dedicated to Mythra, a deity popular in the Near East which became the...more
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The Temple of Garni is such a beautiful, scenic place. It is situated high on a hill overlooking the canyon and the landscape. The temple itself is not the original but was actually rebuilt after an earthquake destroyed it.
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This Temple reminds us of Greek and Rome, Though reconstructed looks authentic also pre christian period structure. About an hours drive from Yeravan its a beautiful place and I could see lot of young couple visiting. The entrance fee of 1500 AMD seems to be...More
Garni Temple is an absolute delight, one of the highlights of my trip to Armenia.
It is set in a nice complex overlooking a river gorge with mountains towering in the distance.
The Temple is sort of on the Greek style with 24 columns and...More
This is a very interesting temple which was originally built in the 1st century and is situated in a gorgeous setting high on a hill overlooking the canyon and the Azat River. The audio tour is very informative and the nearby Roman bathhouse has some...More
Although Garni Temple is a rare ancient architecture in Caucasus I would say it looked too refurbished and has lost some ancient appeal. But as it is conveniently located near other heritage sites, it is worth a quick visit.
This temple is very different from the architecture found around Armenia. It is part of a complex. It still visible the left parts of the wall and the baths that you still can visit. Don’t miss the mosaic work inside the bath area.
Garni temple is perhaps the last piece of Hellenic structure left in Armenia. It is something so amazing to see because this kind of structure is usually seen in Greece and Roman architecture. Perched at the edge of a cliff with a sharp drop into...More