The interior of the church, built about 1100 years ago at the foot of Mount Kachhal in the Ardvin province of Western Armenia, was photographed for the first time thanks to local residents and nature lovers.

    An arched bridge, basements and underground caves were found inside the church.

The century-old church at an altitude of 3,428 meters amazes and delights visitors. This magnificent structure, called by the locals the Kilayetta Monastery or the Church of the Virgins, is located on a hard-to-reach cliff slope.

    It is assumed that the building, which does not have a stone inscription, was founded by the priest Grigor Gandza, who launched an important religious activity in the region. On the territory of the church there are small chapels, one of which is completely destroyed, the walls of the other are still standing.