The cathedral

Ruins of the Cathedral and the church of Redeemer in Ani - Ruinas de la catedral y de la iglesia del Redentor en Ani

  • Ahmad Hegab 9y


    The view is Amizing
  • Antonio Perez Rio 9y

    Many thanks, ahmed!
    Ani is a very special place...
  • peace.peace 8y

    Thank you for sharing.
    Here is the historic times:
  • Antonio Perez Rio 8y

    You're welcome, peace.peace
    Many thanks for the info ;-)
  • Dirk PRO 7y

    Muy buena toma, me gustan las iglesias armenian.
  • Artak Davtian PRO 7y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Armenian Churches Around the World, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Seroujo 6y

    Great capture!

    With your permission, I'd like to add this image to the Wikipedia article on Ani Cathedral. To consent, simply release this photo under the "Attribution Creative Commons" license from the "edit" link under the "Additional Information" section of this photo's page. (Note that you must allow Derivative Works and Commercial Usage to be accepted in Wikipedia.) You will be credited for your work. Thank you.
  • fusion-of-horizons 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Orthodox Church Architecture, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Sean Galbraith 5y

    Beautiful! Is special permission needed to visit this area, or can anyone go?
  • jan souvenir 3y

    incredible Armenian cultural heritage in West Armenia (Turkey) .It used to be called a city of 1,000 and 1 churches. The Mother Temple, as well as the Gagkashen, Hovvi, Holy Savior and other churches are located in Ani. Ashot III Bagratuni proclaimed Ani a capital in 961 after moving it from Kars to the royal throne. Ani is also one of the important monuments of world civil heritage. Ani was the capital of Armenia (961-1045)
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Taken on August 9, 2006
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