|Historical site:||Zvartnots Cathedral|
|Location:||Europe > Armenia > Vagharshapat|
The Historical Site
What should we know?
|Name in local script:||Զվարթնոց տաճար|
|Also known as:||Zvart’nots’ tachar|
|Location type:||rural, village|
What can we see or do there?
How much will it cost us?
|Currency:||Armenian Dram (AMD)|
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How long should it take us?
|Average time taken:||25 minutes|
|Tuesday to Sunday||10am||5pm|
|High season:||July, August|
|Low season:||January, February|
How can we get in contact?
|Telephone:||10 545 570|
|Country calling code:||+374|
What are the numbers and averages?
|Zvartnots Cathedral was reportedly built during the 7th century, and what remains of it following an earthquake now lie between Yerevan and Vagharshapat . This cathedral is thought to mark the meeting place between King Tradt III and Gregory the Illuminator. Excavated quite recently, what stands now are the pillars of what would have once been an impressive three-tiered doomed cathedral.|
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|This is not a particularly big site, so do not factor too much time here.|
|It is popular to pair a visit here with the nearby Etchmiadzin Cathedral. To do this, it is probably best to take transport between the two sites. At times, the walk is on the highway or passes packs of (mostly friendly) stray dogs.|
|This is most commonly paired with a trip to the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin Cathedral .|
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