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Saint Garabed Monastery (Mush)

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The Saint Garabed Monastery (in Eastern Armenian: Saint Karapet Monastery, Armenian: Սուրբ Յովհաննէս Կարապետ Վանք, or Surb Hovhannes Karapet Vank, meaning Monastery of Saint John the Baptist; also known as Glakavank or Monastery of Glak and Turkish: Çanli kilise) was an Armenian monastic complex in the Taron Province of Greater Armenia, about 35 kilometers northwest of Mush, now in the Kurdish village of Chengeli in eastern Turkey. Founded in the fourth century by Saint Gregory the Illuminator, it was one of the oldest monasteries in Armenia.


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