Churches of St. Hripsime and St. Gayane, Etchmiadzin Cathedral, Etchmiadzin Treasure Museum, Zvartnots Temple
Duration: 4-5 ч
1-3 persons 30.000 AMD
4-7 persons 40.000 AMD
7-20 persons 60.000 AMD
Saint Hripsime and Saint Gayane churches are two ancient buildings located in Armenia and connected with the history of early Christianity in this country. They are considered as important monuments of Armenian architecture and culture.
The Cathedral of Etchmiadzin, also known as the Main Cathedral of the Holy Almighty, is the national and religious symbol of Armenia.
The cathedral was built in the 4th century on the site where, according to legend, St. Gregory the Illuminator appeared in a vision that showed him the place to found the first Armenian Church. This makes the Cathedral of Etchmiadzin an important center of Armenian Christianity and the place where the Armenian Patriarch sits and performs his religious duties.
The Museum of the Treasure of Etchmiadzin (also known as the Museum of the Cathedral of Echmiadzin) is a unique cultural heritage.
The Museum of the Treasure of Etchmiadzin is a collection of rare artifacts, icons, manuscripts, reliquaries and other valuable items related to the history of the Armenian Church and its religious traditions. Many of these items are of great historical and artistic importance.