Haghpat ou Haghbat (en arménien Հաղպատ), ou Haghpatavank (Հաղպատավանք) est un monastère arménien situé dans la communauté rurale de Haghpat, marz de Lorri, au nord-est de l'Arménie.

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  • Haghpat ou Haghbat (en arménien Հաղպատ), ou Haghpatavank (Հաղպատավանք) est un monastère arménien situé dans la communauté rurale de Haghpat, marz de Lorri, au nord-est de l'Arménie.
  • ハフパット修道院(アルメニア語:Հաղպատավանք)とは、アルメニア・ロリ地方の村、ハフパットにある修道院である。1996年に、UNESCOの世界遺産に登録された。
  • El monestir d'Haghpat està situat al nord d’Armènia, a la província de Lori, dins del terme d’Alaverdi, a uns 12 km d'aquesta ciutat, en una altiplà elevat sobre la ciutat i el riu, que es troben al fons de la vall. El lloc va ser declarat Patrimoni de la Humanitat el 1996, junt amb el proper monestir de Sanahin, formant un conjunt monumental de primera fila a Armènia.D'una manera paral·lela al que va passar a Sanahin, en la seva fundació hi va intervenir la reina Khosrovanuysh, esposa d’Ashot III. Fou un gran centre literari, i tenia molts territoris sota el seu domini, fins que foren confiscats per l'imperi rus, al segle XIX.
  • Haghpat Monastery, also known as Haghpatavank ("Հաղպատավանք" in Armenian), is a medieval Armenian monastery complex in Haghpat, Armenia.Described as a "masterpiece of religious architecture and a major center of learning in the Middle Ages", this venerable institution of the Armenian Apostolic Church was placed on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1996.The monastery was founded by Saint Nishan (Sourb Nshan) in the 10th century during the reign of King Abas I. The nearby monastery at Sanahin was built around the same time.The monasteries at Haghpat and Sanahin were chosen as UNESCO World Heritage Sites because:The two monastic complexes represent the highest flowering of Armenian religious architecture, whose unique style developed from a blending of elements of Byzantine ecclesiastical architecture and the traditional vernacular architecture of the Caucasian region.The location of Haghpat Monastery was chosen so that itoverlooks the Debed River in northern Armenia's Lori region. It was built, not on a peak, but halfway up a hillside on a site chosen to afford protection and concealment from prying eyes and also in response to a kind of monastic humility. It is built on a verdant promontory located in the middle of a mountain cirque, which is often wreathed in clouds. A peak on the opposite side of the river is over 2,500 meters high. The monasteries of northern Armenia are not isolated, unlike their counterparts in the country's arid regions. They were built in a village environment and Haghpat is surrounded by many hamlets.The small church of St. Nishan is Haghpat's earliest surviving building. It was begun in 966-67 and was later enlarged and embellished under the direction of Trdat the Architect.The largest church in the complex, the Cathedral of St. Nishan, was built from 967-991. It isa typical example of tenth century Armenian architecture, its central dome rests on the four imposing pillars of the lateral walls. The outside walls are dotted with triangular recesses. A fresco in the apse depicts Christ Pantocrator. Its donor, the Armenian Prince Khutulukhaga, is depicted in the south transept (a transversal nave intersecting the main nave). The sons of the church's founder, Princes Smbat and Kurike, are shown with Queen Khosravanuche in a bas-relief on the east gable. Apart from one or two minor restorations carried out in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, the church has retained its original character.There are several other structures at the site as well. There is the small domed Church of Sourb Grigor (St. Gregory ) from 1005. Two side chapels were added to the original church; the larger one built in the beginning of the 13th century and the smaller, known as "Hamazasp House", built in 1257. In 1245, a three-story tall free-standing belltower was constructed. Other 13th century additions include the chapel of Sourb Astvatsatsin, the scriptorium, and a large refectory which is outside of the monastery limits.There are also a number of splendid khachkars (cross-stones) of the 11th-13th centuries standing on the territory of the monastery, the best known among them is the "Amenaprkich" (All-Savior) khachkar which has been standing since 1273.The monastery has been damaged many times. Sometime around 1130, an earthquake destroyed parts of Haghpat Monastery and it was not restored until fifty years later. It also suffered numerous attacks by armed forces in the many centuries of its existence and from a major earthquake in 1988. Nevertheless, much of the complex is still intact and stands today without substantial alterations.Today the area is an increasingly popular tourist site.
  • Шаблон:ХрамАхпат (арм. Հաղպատ) — действующий монастырь в одноименном селе Ахпат на севере Армении в 10 км от города Алаверди. Ахпатский монастырь — значительный памятник градостроительства средневековой Армении, отличается единством и компактностью асимметричной планировки, красивым силуэтом на гористом рельефе местности. Монастыри Ахпат и Санаин в 1996 году включены в список объектов Всемирного наследия ЮНЕСКО.
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  • Haghpat ou Haghbat (en arménien Հաղպատ), ou Haghpatavank (Հաղպատավանք) est un monastère arménien situé dans la communauté rurale de Haghpat, marz de Lorri, au nord-est de l'Arménie.
  • ハフパット修道院(アルメニア語:Հաղպատավանք)とは、アルメニア・ロリ地方の村、ハフパットにある修道院である。1996年に、UNESCOの世界遺産に登録された。
  • Шаблон:ХрамАхпат (арм. Հաղպատ) — действующий монастырь в одноименном селе Ахпат на севере Армении в 10 км от города Алаверди. Ахпатский монастырь — значительный памятник градостроительства средневековой Армении, отличается единством и компактностью асимметричной планировки, красивым силуэтом на гористом рельефе местности. Монастыри Ахпат и Санаин в 1996 году включены в список объектов Всемирного наследия ЮНЕСКО.
  • El monestir d'Haghpat està situat al nord d’Armènia, a la província de Lori, dins del terme d’Alaverdi, a uns 12 km d'aquesta ciutat, en una altiplà elevat sobre la ciutat i el riu, que es troben al fons de la vall.
  • Haghpat Monastery, also known as Haghpatavank ("Հաղպատավանք" in Armenian), is a medieval Armenian monastery complex in Haghpat, Armenia.Described as a "masterpiece of religious architecture and a major center of learning in the Middle Ages", this venerable institution of the Armenian Apostolic Church was placed on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1996.The monastery was founded by Saint Nishan (Sourb Nshan) in the 10th century during the reign of King Abas I.
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