Stunning 3D reconstruction of Dvin - the ancient capital of Armenia
Dvin was one of the oldest settlements in the Armenian Highlands and the ancient capital of Armenia, dating back to the 3rd millennium BC. In the first half of the 8th c. BC. Dvin and numerous settlements of the Ararat Valley were destroyed due to numerous conquests. From the excavations of Dvin, traces of fires and destruction that took place during that period are clearly visible. According to UNESCO, Dvin was located on the site of a fortress dating back to the 6th century. BC.
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