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khachkars of St. Nechan church (Surp Nshan, 11th century) at Tsakhats Kar Monastery, near Yeghegnadzor, Vayots Dzor province, Armenia, Eurasia
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Medieval Khachkars carved memorial stele, Wedding stone, Noratus cemetery, Sevan Lake, Gegharkunik province, Armenia, Caucasus, Middle East, Asia
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Noratus cemetery (the largest surviving cemetery with khachkars in Armenia), near Lake Sevan, Gegharkunik region, Armenia, Eurasia
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flock of sheep at Noratus cemetery (the largest surviving cemetery with khachkars in Armenia), near Lake Sevan, Gegharkunik region, Armenia, Eurasia
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Medieval Khachkars carved memorial stele, Noratus cemetery, Sevan Lake, Gegharkunik province, Armenia, Caucasus, Middle East, Asia
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Noratus cemetery (the largest surviving cemetery with khachkars in Armenia), near Lake Sevan, Gegharkunik region, Armenia, Eurasia
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Khatchkars at Oshakan Church. Oshakan church is most famous as the last resting place of Mesrop Mashtots, (d 442) founder of the Armenian alphabet
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Stone slabs aha khachkar in Noratus cemetery, Armenia
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Noratus cemetery (the largest surviving cemetery with khachkars in Armenia), near Lake Sevan, Gegharkunik region, Armenia, Eurasia
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Medieval Khachkars carved memorial stele, Noratus cemetery, Sevan Lake, Gegharkunik province, Armenia, Caucasus, Middle East, Asia
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Medieval Khachkars carved memorial stele, Noratus cemetery, Sevan Lake, Gegharkunik province, Armenia, Caucasus, Middle East, Asia
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Khachkars in Armenia
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Noratus cemetery (the largest surviving cemetery with khachkars in Armenia), near Lake Sevan, Gegharkunik region, Armenia, Eurasia
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Medieval Khachkars carved memorial stele, Noratus cemetery, Sevan Lake, Gegharkunik province, Armenia, Caucasus, Middle East, Asia
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Medieval Khachkars carved memorial stele, Noratus cemetery, Sevan Lake, Gegharkunik province, Armenia, Caucasus, Middle East, Asia
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Oshakan church is most famous as the last resting place of Mesrop Mashtots, (d 442) founder of the Armenian alphabet. Above his grave (19th c
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Carved memorial stones or Khachkars dating from 13th century
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Medieval Khachkars carved memorial stele, Noratus cemetery, Sevan Lake, Gegharkunik province, Armenia, Caucasus, Middle East, Asia
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khachkars at Tsakhats Kar Monastery, Yeghegnadzor, Vayots Dzor province, Armenia, Eurasia
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