Aghavnatun

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Coordinates: 40°14′00″N 44°15′05″E / 40.23333°N 44.25139°E / 40.23333; 44.25139

Aghavnatun
Աղավնատուն
Aghavnatun  Աղավնատուն is located in Armenia
Aghavnatun  Աղավնատուն
Aghavnatun
Աղավնատուն
Coordinates: 40°14′00″N 44°15′05″E / 40.23333°N 44.25139°E / 40.23333; 44.25139
Country Armenia
Province Armavir
Population (2008)
 • Total 3,164

Aghavnatun (Armenian: Աղավնատուն, also Romanized as Akhavnatun, Agavnatun; formerly, Akhavnatukh) is a village in the Armavir Province of Armenia. it is home to ruins of an Iron Age fortress, a 13th-century tomb and a chapel.

There are four churches in the village, the oldest of which is Saint Gevorg of the 10th century. A circular tower of an unknown purpose is found on a hill top near the village.


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