Geghard means “spear” in Armenian. The Geghard Monastery is partially carved out of and protrudes from the stone cliffs that surround it. It is named for the spear said to have been used at the Crucifixion to wound Jesus. Although, it was originally called Ayrivank, or the Monastery of the Cave. That name comes from the cave containing a natural spring, which was the reason Gregory the Illuminator founded the monastery at its present site in 1215.
Welcome to the world of explorers, adventurers, and green eggs! Think Adventure with these exclusive and collectible Spartan & the Green Egg Pins, highlighting many of the exciting places featured in the popular children’s adventure series. Declare your adventurous spirit by wearing pins on backpacks, scarves, and anywhere your journey takes you. Each collectible pin is made of durable jeweler class metal and has a SGE yellow rubber clutch back. Think Adventure!
Pin size: 1.25”