S     from     Odzun     is     Aygehat (renamed Danushavan from 1963 till 1992, in honor of its native son, revolutionary and diplomat Danush Shahverdian, who served as Armenian trade representative in Turkey from 1924-28, and then representative to the  Red  Cross  on refugee resettlement).

   From Aygehat a dirt road leads W  to Ardvi. Above this village is a sacred spring with legendary dragon, and beyond that a humble village monastery of S. Hovhannes, allegedly founded by Yovhan of Odzun, with church of the 17th c., with a large medieval            cemetery           nearby. S. Harutyun church of  the 10th c. and Early   Medieval   pillar    with      hardly


noticeable church remains nearby are situated just in the begining of the village.