Ktuts monastery

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Coordinates: 38°36′31.68″N 43°5′2.17″E / 38.6088000°N 43.0839361°E / 38.6088000; 43.0839361

Ktuts monastery with Mount Sipan in background (1986)
The monastery from H. F. B. Lynch's Armenia, travels and studies (1901)

Ktuts monastery (Armenian: Կտուց, meaning beak in Armenian) is an abandoned 15th century Armenian monastery on the small island of Ktuts (Çarpanak) in Lake Van, Vaspurakan (present-day Turkey).[1]


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  1. ^ "Ktuts' Anapat". Rensselaer Digital Collections. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Retrieved 2009-05-04. 

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