Tawusch

The abundance of rivers, lakes, and natural mineral springs is distinctive to Tavush.  Marz received its name “Tavush” from the 10th century fortress.  In Middle Ages Tavush was extensively populated, especially Ijevan (means “caravansary”), the capital of the marz.  Dilijan, second large city of the region, has healing soft and clean air, used to cure people with lung diseases.

Die Sehenswürdigkeiten von Tawusch

GOSCHAWANK

12th- or 13th-century Armenian monastery located in the village of Gosh in the Tavush Province of Armenia. Today the monastery is not a functioning religious complex, although it remains a popular tourist destination and has recently undergone some light restoration

Das Kloster von Hagharzin

13th-century monastery located near the town of Dilijan in the Tavush Province of Armenia. It was built between the 10th and 14th centuries (in the 12th under Khachatur of Taron); much of it under the patronage of the Bagratuni Dynasty

Dilidschan

Usually called Armenian Switzerland or Little Switzerland by the locals, it is one of the most important resorts of Armenia, situated within the Dilijan National Park. The forested and reclusive town is home to numerous Armenian artists, composers, and filmmakers and features some traditional Armenian architecture. The Sharambeyan street in the centre, has been preserved and maintained as an ``old town,`` complete with craftsman's workshops, a gallery and a museum. Hiking, mountain biking, and picnicking are popular recreational activities.

Makarawank

Though the monastery is no longer used for services, the complex is well preserved. There are 4 churches, a gavit (vestry) that serves the two largest of the churches, and other buildings which served secondary roles. At one time there used to be vast settlements around Makaravank, the presence of which was of great importance for the growth of the monastery.