Here I will show the images from Vank village and nearby locations. I was really very surprised to see things like that in Artsakh and my friends too, when they saw the photos, were amazed by the creativity of those architects and designers out there.
So, after visiting the wonderful Gandzasar Monastery we went down the hill and continued by the road further. There was this very original rest house named "Sea Stone" that... well, better watch it yourself.
|the rest house, general view|
|these interesting creations are the first to impress|
|view from the back|
|a totally wrong posing with this statue|
|the peeing mermen|
|closer look to the mermen (male mermaids)|
|look at his face expression|
|details of the exterior.. nose, brains, eyes, mouth...|
|this guy's expression is.. well, the mermen are peeing on his head|
|a lion carved in a hill!|
|the sign reads "Caution! Angry lion. Don't tease!"|
|a unique piece of art :)|
|guess what's this? restroom! named "Очко"|
Here are some images from the amazing Vank village.
|License plates of the enemy's cars from the war time|
|I always dreamed of having my photo taken here|
|a statue in front of the kindergarden.. no comments|
In the end, photos of the St. Ghazanchetsots Cathedral in Shushi.