Located in the Gotayk province of Armenia, the Temple of Garni is the only remaining Greco-Romanian building in Armenia. Built sometime in the 1st Century as a temple to the sun god Mihr, the classical architecture follows the Ancient Greek ionic order with a perimeter colonnade on an elevated platform. Though its design has no influence on subsequent Armenian architecture, the former temple remains an iconic marker and destination in Armenia.
The elevation drawing depicts the Temple of Garni from the 21st Century.
9” x 12” & 12” x 16” printed on 80lb stock.
24” x 36” printed on 7mil poster bond.
Available in three (3) sizes.
Frame not included.