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The archaeological site of the city of Dvin

The archaeological site of the city of Dvin is part of the Tentative List in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

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Jarek Pokrzywnicki (Poland):
Just returned from Armenia (July 2014), I doubt if alone it once will be inscribed. There is not much left from original city, just single stones of foundations, rest of columns, part of walls (layer of 3 to 4 stones maximum). It is still a excavation site so maybe they will discover something more spectacular in the future ? So far the most visible ruins are those of huge basilica, but it is nothing comparing to other well preserved churches in Armenia.

The site is easily reached from Sasunci David metro station in Yerevan (direct buses goes to Verin Dvin, if anyone wants to visit the site, ask the driver to drop you nearby - tell you want to see the museum or excavations - there is a one kilometer walk to the site. Visit free of charge, like the majority of other attractions in Armenia (including all UNESCO sites)
Date posted: July 2014

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The archaeological site of the city of Dvin
This site is part of the Tentative list of: Armenia

Site History:
1995 Tentative list
Submitted as tentative site by State Party

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