| Bgheno-Noravank Monastery|
|Location|| about 6km SE of Shinuhayr,|
Syunik Province, Armenia
|Affiliation||Armenian Apostolic Church|
Bgheno-Noravank Monastery (not to be confused with Noravank Monastery in the Vayots Dzor Province) is an 11th century Armenian monastery in the Syunik Marz of Armenia. It now consists of a small church dating to 1062, located on a little wooded promontory, and ornately decorated with borders and biblical reliefs. The ruins of this church were rediscovered in the 1920s by Axel Bakunts, a well-known prose writer, during one of his wanderings as an agronomist.
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