The Sedwu monastery complex of medieval Armenian architecture is located 3 km south of the village in the Sedwu gorge. St. Nshan was preserved from the complex. Nshan Church was built in the 13th century. It is a rectangular, single-nave hall covered with a semi-cylindrical vault, with three pairs of columns and vaulted arches. On the east side is a semicircular tabernacle with a significantly lower stage. It has three entrances on the western, southern, and northern fronts (the northern one opens in the chapel). The roof is double-sloping with a large slope. It is built of bluish basalt cut stones. It is distinguished by its accentuated restrained decoration. It is located in front of the southern entrance. built, square plan, covered with intersecting districts.