Aghavnavank is monastic complex of the 12th-13th centuries. Located in the marz of Tavush in Armenia.The building is a small central domed cruciform type with annexes, made from yellow travertine stone. The dome and roof were once covered with finely hewn stone tiles. The tall drum and small square give an impression of a tower. To the south are remnants of numerous structures which probably served as dwellings and service buildings for the residents of the monastery.