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It is notable for Haghpat Monastery, a religious complex founded in the 10th century and included in the UNESCO World Heritage List along with monasteries in nearby Sanahin. The monastery is a magnificent example of medieval Armenian architecture that has been attracting increasing numbers of tourists.
Haghpat Monastery is listed among the UNESCO World Heritage List (1996).
The village lies on a dissected plateau, a large flat area dissected by deep "cracks" formed by rivers, including the river Debed. The villages of Sanahin and Akner, as well as a part of Alaverdi, lie in plain view on neighbouring sections of the plateau, however a steep and long descent to and ascent from the river is required to travel to them.
- Haghpat at GEOnet Names Server
- Report of the results of the 2001 Armenian Census, Statistical Committee of Armenia
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- Armeniapedia Haghpat article
- Photos of Haghpat Monastery
- Haghpat Monastery - photo essay at HitchHikers Handbook