Kashatagh region is the largest province by area (3 376 sq.km.). Kashatagh borders Shahumyan Region in the north, Martakert Region in the north-east, Askeran Region, Shushi Region and Hadrut Region in the east. Iran in the south and Armenia to the west. The regional center of Kashatagh, Berdzor, is founded on the site of the ancient Armenian settlements. The river of Aghavno flows along the territory of the region. There have still remained numerous architectural monuments witnessing about the role this place had in the history of Armenia. Among the most famous monuments is Tsitsernavank monastery, the village Tandzut, church of the Holy Hambartsum and the Melik's Palace. The region is also famous for its natural resources – thick, virgin forests, rapid mountainous rivers, not big but very picturesque waterfalls and thermal mineral springs. It's great destination for both the lovers of antiquity and the lovers of extreme tourism. Discover Kashatagh.