|Location||Makravan, Kotayk Province,
|Affiliation||Armenian Apostolic Church|
Makravank (Armenian: Մաքրավանք) is an Armenian church-complex located in the village of Makravan, near Hrazdan, in the Kotayk Province, Armenia. The monastic complex includes a half-ruined 11th-century chapel. The 13th-century church dedicated to Surb Astvatsatsin (Holy Mother of God) has a circular tambour and a conical cupola. The complex also includes the lower walls of the gavit and a medieval cemetery.
- "Pictures of the Monastery". KTAK. Retrieved 2010-02-21.
- (Armenian) Hasratyan, Murad. Մաքրավանք (Mak'ravank'). Armenian Soviet Encyclopedia. vol. vii. Yerevan: Armenian Academy of Sciences, 1981, pp. 370-371.
- Brady Kiesling, Raffi Kojian (2001). Rediscovering Armenia: an archaeological/touristic gazetteer and map set for the historical monuments of Armenia. Tigran Mets. p. 39.
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