|Location||3 km SW of Kirants, Tavush Province, Armenia|
|Affiliation||Armenian Apostolic Church|
|Architectural type||Armenian; Monastery|
Arakelots Vank (Armenian: Առաքելոց վանք; meaning the Monastery of the Apostles) is a 13th-century monastery located roughly 3 kilometers southwest of the village of Kirants in the Tavush Province of Armenia. The monastic complex sits upon the crest of a hill surrounded by a dense forest on the left bank of the Kunen River.
Approximately 80 meters downhill from the monastery are the ruins of a caravanserai. The ruins of a chapel sit on the next hill as well. Supposedly, two kilometers northeast of Arakelots Vank on a flat area on the mountain ridge is the little church and khachkar of Khndzorut.
- Kirants Monastery which is a further 7 kilometers southwest in the same valley
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