Sp. Bartholomew vank - The monastery of Sp. Bartholomew has until recently been located within a military base and thus off-limits to visitors. Today, the base has moved and, thus, made the monastery accessible. There are many bullet holes and etchings from the soldiers in the walls of the church. The village surrounding the monastery was at one time entirely Armenian, previously referred to as Der and now named Albayrak, but Kurds had taken over the village by the late 19th century. The monastery dates to between the 10th and 13th century and was also known as Kanda Kilisa. Photographs taken over the years document the ongoing destruction to the site. The photographs were taken in 2013 and 2014.