At the top of the hill that rises right when you go back to Kostava Street. It has an impressive silhouette, with its dome and four small square spires attached. It is one of the most beautiful Armenian churches in Georgia (a different architectural style from Tbilisi Armenian churches, closer to buildings in Armenia). It is also, outside the two churches in Tbilisi and the Djavakhétie, the only Armenian church that was given to the community in 1990 and is used for the service. Around the church are old Armenian graves. The interior is dark and austere; from the, we have a magnificent view of Akhaltsikhé and the surrounding mountains.
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