|Affiliation||Armenian Apostolic Church|
|Location||southern shore of Lake Van|
Karmravank (Armenian: Կարմրավանք, meaning Red Monastery) is an abandoned 10th century Armenian monastery in the Vaspurakan province of historic Armenia (now in the Van Province of Turkey). It was founded by King Gagik I (908-943) of the Artsruni dynasty. It is located 12 kilometers west-northwest of Akhtamar Island.
An Armenian khachkar reused as a lintel
- Narekavank, a nearby 10th century Armenian monastery also founded by King Gagik
- Akhtamar Island, a nearby island on Lake Van with the 10th century Armenian Church of the Holy Cross
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