Bjni is a village in the Kotayk Province of Armenia. It is situated in a valley between canyon walls and a small river. The village is one of the prominent centers of education and culture of ancienet and medieval Armenia. It is the birthplace of the 11th-century scholar Grigor Magistros.
Bjni is the home to other churches as well. The largest of the churches is Surb Astvatsatsin built in 1031, which sits within the village just west of the mesa.
Many manuscripts from Bjni.
Ting, du skal huske
- Husdyr er tilladt
- Rygning er tilladt
- Fester og begivenheder tilladt