September 7, 2013
Armenia's stonehenge, Zorats Karer or Karahunj is a group of roughly hewn rocks standing in circles. Some have a holes carved into them and this contributes to the theory that they may have been used for observing the stars.
Wings of Tatev is a 5.7 km cableway between Halidzor and the Tatev monastery in Armenia. It is the longest reversible aerial tramway built in one section, and holds the record for longest non-stop double track cable car.
The Novarank monastery, built in the 13th century nestles in the Amaghu gorge.
Votive candles throw out scant light onto the interior walls of the chapel
A road winds down the mountainside in central Armenia.
Khachkars are carved memorial stones. Close to Lake Sevan and 90km north of Yerevan is the village of Noratus. The village cemetery is home to perhaps the largest number of early khachkars.