Taking the right fork, the road  winds to Orgov, with several huge radioastronomy telescopes and, in the W part of the village, remains of a Bronze Age cyclopean fort, beside which an underground passage was recently discovered leading to a neighboring spring.

   Continuing N  up  the  mountain  from Aghtzk, one bears left at the fork to reach the villageTegher, with an impressive monastery made of dark gray basalt. The gavit, finished in 1232, is particularly impressive. The complex was built at the behest of Mamakhatun, wife  of   Prince  Vache Vachutian, and the architect, according  to an inscription on  a  column  of   the  gavit,


was the vardapet Aghbayrik.The ruined village has interesting houses and the remains of a funerary chapel.