Aghavnavank is a half-ruined Armenian monastery complex of the 12th-13th centuries in the village of the same name in the Tavush region of the Republic of Armenia. It is also known as St. Anapat. Astvatsatsin and Aghnabat Monastery. It is located in Aghnabat forest, which is distinguished by a high-valued ken (red tree) tree growing here. Remains of many structures to the south of the monument have been preserved, which were probably the residential and economic buildings of the church. The lithography of the church is poor. There are traces of engravings on the western facades of the deposits, the letters of which are typical of the 12th-13th centuries.
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