Georgian Orthodox Church in Armenia
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This is an incomplete list of Georgian orthodox churches in Armenia.
The list is incomplete and includes churches and monasteries of Georgian origin which have turned out on the territory of Armenian republic after 1921 border changes between Armenia and Georgia, caused by sovetization. Georgian Churches in Armenia are under jurisdiction of Eparchy of Dmanisi and Agarak-Tashiri.
|Church name||Picture||Status||Short description||Coordinates|
|Akhtala Monastery||active as Armenian|
|Koberi Monastery||partially ruined|
|Dzeli Cheshmaritisa (meaning the cross of the truth)||active as Armenian|
|Khujabi Monastery||inactive||State ownership is disputed. According to the official Tbilisi it is located on the territory which is part of Georgian state. However, the nearby section of Georgian-Armenian border is controlled by Armenian militias.|
|Kirants Monastery||partially ruined|
|Srvegh Monastery||partially ruined|
|Kosh (or Kvash) Church||active as Armenian|
|Sedvi Monastery||inactive||The monastery is located on the left side of the road leading from Akori to Kachachkuti. Judging by its architectural features, the church must be dated to the 13th century.|
|Oskipari||inactive||According to Vakhushti it was located in the gorge of river Aghstev. The church has to be build in the 14th-15th centuries. There are several Georgian inscriptions on frescoes.|
|so-called lower church of Metsavan (Georgian: Shanazari, Shakhnaziri)||inactive|
- (in Georgian) "How Armenia has moved the border by 400 meters to get Khujabi Monastery within its boundaries". Tbiliselebi.ge. Retrieved 2017-02-17.
- "Sedvi I". maps.nekeri.net. Historical Monuments of the South Caucasus. Retrieved 2017-02-17.