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Garni Temple

Geghard Monastery Road H3, Garni, Armenia
+374 93 108303
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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 patron goddess of the Roman Empire in the period before Christianity.Monastery of Geghard is a medieval monastery in the Kotayk province
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“century ad” (10 reviews)
“greco roman” (9 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Geghard Monastery Road H3, Garni, Armenia
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We went there on a monday , we really enjoyed the place ! Took great pictures and our tour guide explained everything and its amazing.

Thank Mdawlatian
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

One of the oldest surviving Pagan building which was later converted to place of worship for Christians. A long cobbled pathway leading to this building on a raised platform is a treat to the eyes. The striving efforts of developing a park around the temple...More

Thank Lonelytravellerdxb
Reviewed December 7, 2017 via mobile

We visited this amazing place in December and we experienced stunning landscapes around the temple. The main building has 24 columns and a large hall. It was established for Mitraism and in following years it was changed to a christian cathederal.

Thank Amin M
Reviewed December 2, 2017 via mobile

When i got here, i felt like for a minute i live in the past. The temple is mostly renovated but still worth visiting. It is surrounded by mountains, amazing view! There are quite a lot of tourist, you need to be quick on taking...More

Thank ardeeyambao
Reviewed November 26, 2017

This temple is better intact than those in Athens on the Acropolis. Take your time to look at all of the carving. Look at the view from the temple and imagine why it was placed here. Then, take lots of pictures of the overall temple...More

Thank SLSGGJD
Reviewed November 22, 2017

I really enjoyed this classical Greek looking temple way out here in Armenia. There are stunning views of the surrounding valley. Also on site some small bath restorations that really need a little more work. But nice visit.

Thank TheTravelPirate
Reviewed November 13, 2017

Built in the first century AD, and partially destroyed by an earthquake in C17th, the style is Greek. The steps leading to the Temple are very steep. Adjacent is a Roman bath-house with a tessillated pavement. The Temple is perched above a steep gorge with...More

Thank David S
Reviewed November 5, 2017

This temple stands on a cliff near the Azat River valley. With walls of huge basalt blcoks, the temple was once the summer palace of King Trdat I, who built it in the first century AD. Destroyed by an earthquake in 1679, the monument has...More

Thank bobca1947
Reviewed October 9, 2017

It's impressive its location, its structure, however inside is totally empty. Nice view from its sides.

Thank Bario D
Reviewed October 2, 2017 via mobile

It's amazing to see a temple which was build 55-88 AD, of course most parts are recounstracted, but still seeing some of the stones actually carved 2000 years ago. Btw this is only pegan temple preserved in Armenia.

Thank Vagarsh M
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