Dadivank

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Dadivank Monastery - History and Architecture
... The monastic complex of Dadivank consists of the Cathedral church of St ... The bas-relief on the south facade of the cathedral at Dadivank, built in 1214, shows the princess offering the church in memory of her sons ... According to Paolo Cuneo, Dadivank and Gandzasar are among these Armenian monasteries, where bust motifs (possiblly the donors of the monasteries) can be found ...
Culture Of Nagorno-Karabakh - Monasteries, Churches and Chapels in And Around Nagorno-Karabakh
... the largest and most complex monasteries of Artsakh Dadivank (Armenian Դադիվանք, 1214–1237), Gandzasar (Armenian Գանձասար, 1216–1238) and ... In this regard, the thirteenth century’s Dadivank, the largest monastic complex in Artsakh and all of Eastern Armenia, located in the northwestern corner of the Mardakert District, is a remarkable case ... Dadivank was sufficiently well preserved to leave no doubt that it was one of the most complete monasteries in the entire Caucasus ...
Culture Of Nagorno-Karabakh - General Information
... The monasteries of Gandzasar and Dadivank serve as the primary examples of that style ... (Armenian վանք), which means “monastery.” Examples Dadivank, Gtichavank, Khunisavank, Khadavank, Khatravank, Yerits Mankants Vank, etc ... the most notable cases include Dadivank Monastery, Gandzasar Monastery and Spitak Khach Vank Monastery ...