Varazgom church is located in the Qashatakh district of the Republic of Artsakh, between the villages of Merik and Ghushchi, to the left of Aghavnaget. The church is in bad condition but still standing. Varazgom church is a two-stage, cross-shaped, with a unique composition, an extremely remarkable and valuable church. The first description of the Varazgom church was given in 1982. It is known that the cross-dome composition was quite popular in Armenian architecture, especially in the early Middle Ages. This unique Varazgom church is built of consecrated stones. Externally, it bears traces of repair from the 16th and 17th centuries. The church was not damaged during the two Artsakh wars. However, after the 44-day war in 2020, the church came under the control of Azerbaijan.