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Armenian Architecture
Armenian architecture is an architectural style native to Armenia and used principally by Armenian people. Traditional Armenian architecture, developed early into the middle ages, is largely inspired by Roman architecture.

Medieval Armenian architecture, and Armenian churches in particular, has several distinctive features, believed by some to be the first national style of church building.

Armenian Architecture  

* Vaulted ceilings
* Composed almost entirely of stone, usually volcanic tufa or Basalt.
* A conical or semi conical radically segmented dome or cupola mounted above vaulted ceilings on a cylindrical drum (usually polygonal on the outside, most often octagonal)
* A composite roof composed of finely-cut tufa shingles
* Frescos and carvings, if present, are usually ornate and depict swirling intertwining grapevines and foliage.
* Heavy use of tall structural arches, both for supporting the cupola as part of the drum, the vaulted ceiling, and the vertical walls.
* Roofs intersecting to support the dome, both in basilicas and centrally-planned churches.eir songs and dances.


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