Garni Temple Overview
This Pagan temple is devoted to Mihr, the sun god. It was built in the first century after the Armenians converted to Christianity. The structure denotes Greek-style perching through the ululating mountains and hills. It is an absolutely stunning historical site with magnificent old churches, hot springs, and elaborate cravings to explore.

It also has a great trail for tourists to enjoy cycling, hiking, or horse riding. In addition, people come here to witness how Garni Temple got destroyed in the earthquake disaster and rebuilt with the same original stone once again.

Location: Garni 2215, Armenia

Highlights: Visit Azat Reservoir on your way to Garni, explore symphony stones in Garni Gorge, the Arch of Charents, and the caves of Voghjaberd.
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