Sp. Asdvadzadzin of Mirnav - The village of Mirnav, or Mournayi, was located on the cliffs overlooking the town of Chmshgadzak, now called Çemişgezek. The village was entirely Armenian with a population of 181 people in 22 households on the eve of the genocide. The church of Sp. Asdvadzadzin was located in the village. The church was reported to have been built in 1871. The condition of the church structure is well preserved owing most likely to its use as a home at some point. The church sanctuary is partitioned now into separate rooms. The remains of a cemetery seem to stretch westward behind the church, although I could not find any remaining stones with Armenian inscriptions to confirm this belief. The photographs were taken in June 2015.