Garni Temple — Hellenistic religious construction built by King Tridat 1st millennium BC. It is located near Garni village in Kotayk region of Armenia.

Garni – Armenian village is mainly famous for the 1 st. millennium BC Hellenistic temple built by King Tridat. It is located 28 km away from Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. The place is also notable for fortress complex built in 3d millennium BC on the bends of river Azat. Apart the temple and fortress there some other monuments in the area such as the  sub Astvatsatsin Church; and Garni Gorge with basalt columns, part of it carved by the river Goght referred to as the “Symphony of the Stones”.
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