|Location||in the Vorotan valley near Tatev village, Syunik Province,
|Affiliation||Armenian Apostolic Church|
Great Hermitage of Tatev or Tatevi Mets Anapat (Armenian: Տաթևի Մեծ Անապատ) is a 17th-century Armenian monastery located in the Vorotan River valley in the Syunik Province of Armenia. The National Competitiveness Foundation of Armenia is going to create a tourism zone in the Tatev area to draw visitors to its amazing churches and scenery. The Tatevi Anapat is going to be one of the main sights.
- Tatev, a nearby 9th century Armenian monastery
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