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|Monastery of Agarak
|Affiliation||Armenian Apostolic Church|
|Ecclesiastical or organizational status||Destroyed by Turks in 1922|
|Status||Ceased functioning as a monastery in 1920|
|Architectural type||Armenian church|
The monastery of Agarak was founded by Nerses Shinarar catholicos of Armenia sometime between 649-653 A.D. Agarak situated in the Jakatk' district of Historical Armenia's Ayrarat province that in 1918-1920 was attached to Surmari (acronym of words Saint Mary) district of Republic of Armenia in the 1920.
The monastery had a few churches and many well carved khachkar-monuments (cross-stones) nearby. Main church was named as Sourb Stephanos (Armenian: Սուրբ Ստեփանոս) (Saint Stephanus). Cross-domed church's roof had been tiled, and dome's top was made of a spherical stone crowned with a cross. Many architectural fragments had been founded around the churches, including remains of a medieval stele with a statue of a woman holding a model of a basilica-church in her arms.