Gladzor. The ruins of Gladzor monastery lie on the high slopes of Yeghegnadzor mountain. In 12-14th centuries it was the most important scientific center of Armenia. Many foreign students came to study at the book depository located in Gladzor. The picturesque road leading to the complex of monasteries goes through a narrow canyon. Columns of basalt and rocks piled chaotically testify to the volcanic nature of the terrain. The rich vegetation, unusual for mountains, gives particular splendor to the canyon. The trees and bushes grow out of cracks between rocks and stones and ice cold springs spout everywhere.
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