The 4600-year-old cave dwellings in the village of Thodurge in Sebastia, Western Armenia, may be restored at the request of local residents. About 100 caves in the north and southwest of the village of Thodurge were built about 4,000 years ago.
The caves have small rooms which were probably used during the Roman period. In the caves to the north of the village, there are signs of the cross, suggesting that the early Christians also lived here.
It is known that Armenians were the last to live in these caves.Residents of the village want the caves to be better constructed and these caves to be opened to tourists.