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I have been to Geghard. This looks similar – where is it?
Thank you, Wilbur.
Dadivank is located in Nagorno-Karabakh, and for me one of the most beautiful Armenian monasteries.
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Wow, I didn’t get to NK, one of Eurasia’s most intriguing places. I read about its history with Azerbaijan and Armenia. I would love to go one day. Wilbur.
I liked it very much. Though I also think it has a somewhat sad side, as you will see many places that were destroyed in the war with Azerbaijan.
Nice your Highness
Thank you, Jean.
He defied time this old monastery.
She is very beautiful your picture.
I wish you a good day
Beautiful place, great photo!
Thanks a lot, John.
That’s so beautiful – great photo!
Thanks a lot, Dan.
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Thanks for reblogging.
Magnificent old monastère seems nature is taking it in
Yes, Dadivank is beautiful and beautifully located.
Though part of the buildings are still used, so hopefully it will remain standing on that hill.
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Thanks for reblogging, Jerry.
A marvelous sight!
Thank you, Eric.
Makes me feel prayerful and almost like taking a vow of sil …
Well, if you ever get to Nagorno-Karabakh I can really recommend visiting Dadivank. It is really beautiful.
Absolutely gorgeous and mystique and fairytale-like! Love it! 💖💖
Thank you, Trini.
Dadivank is indeed one of the most beautiful monasteries I’ve seen, and also very beautifully located.
How beautiful. Hope all is well with you. I don’t blog any more but thought I would check your blog out. Hugs to you. Paula. Xxx
nice to her from you. Yes, here everything is well. I hope you are well too.
Actually I checked out your blog recently and noticed there were no new posts…
…anyway, all the best to you.
Great shot! It is a beautiful place and a magnificent monastery.
Thank you, Isabel.
Yes, the monastery is really beautiful, and beautifully located.
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Looks so organic.
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