The 5-storey Zagh Caves are situated in Solhan Province, Byurakn, Western Armenia. During the reign of idolatry, Christians living under the pressure of the Roman Empire used these caves as places of residence and secret worship.
The cave, which consists of five separate floors, draws attention to its architecture typical of that period of time.
On the first floor there are food storerooms, on the middle floor there are living rooms and on the upper floor there are two rooms for women. At the top of the cave there are observation towers. It is assumed that the structure belongs to the 5-7th centuries.