BASS Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Indoor pool
- Conference facilities
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... by 1000. Its name relates to the fact it kept the lance that pierced Christ's side [it is now at Echmiadzin]. The principal structure is the Holy Mother of God Church. Monastic cells dot the hills above the church. Its interior is dark. It was built in the early 13th c. The main church is actually smaller than the annex.
Up a short flight of stairs is a second church. Its noteworthy feature is stunning acoustics. There happened to be a choir ...
... elaborately built structures with complex rooms built deep into the cliff face.
According to legend, the monastery was founded in the 4th century by Saint Gregory the Illuminator at the site of a sacred spring inside a cave. The main architectural complex was completed in the 13th century AD and consists of the cathedral, eastern and western rock-cut churches, ancient royal tombs, as well as various cells and numerous khachkars. Today, ...
... a heavy dose. David then asked us if we would like to spend the time at the Tsitsernakaberd Armenian genocide Memorial and Museum. We hastily declined. We had witnessed an Armenian genocide museum in Iran and knew that the Tsitsernakaberd was similarly extremely graphic of the horrors of the mass carnage. David also looked relieved and our mood brightened considerably as we sped toward the GUM covered markets.
Our route took us through ...