Marmashen Monastery

Coordinates: 40°50′34″N 43°45′21″E / 40.842689°N 43.755781°E / 40.842689; 43.755781
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Marmashen Monastery
Marmashen Monastery
Religion
AffiliationArmenian Apostolic Church
Location
Locationnear Marmashen, Shirak Province, Armenia
Marmashen Monastery is located in Armenia
Marmashen Monastery
Shown within Armenia
Marmashen Monastery is located in Shirak
Marmashen Monastery
Marmashen Monastery (Shirak)
Geographic coordinates40°50′34″N 43°45′21″E / 40.842689°N 43.755781°E / 40.842689; 43.755781
Architecture
StyleArmenian
Completed10th century

Marmashen Monastery (Armenian: Մարմաշենի վանք) is a 10th-century Armenian monastic complex consisting of five churches near the village of Marmashen in the Shirak Province of Armenia. The buildings at Marmashen are very similar in style to those of Khtzkonk Monastery.[citation needed]

It was built by Vahram Pahlavouni.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Balasanyan (2008, p. 118)

Bibliography[edit]

  • Balasanyan, Hayk (2008). Մարմաշենի ճարտարապետական համալիրը և վիմագրերը [The Architectural Complex and Inscriptions of Marmashen] (PDF). Etchmiadzin (in Armenian). Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin. ԿԴ [LXIV] (Զ-Է [6-7]): 118–126. Archived (PDF) from the original on 20 December 2022 – via Union Catalog of Armenian Continuing Resources.

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