A Russian tank is stationed at the Armenian Dadivank monastery, which is in territory due to be ceded to Azerbaijan within days.
Sunday 19:21, UK
The Cathedral Church at the Dadivank monastery is packed.
The Armenian chant, or sharakan, used during Holy Mass sounds especially melancholy this Sunday – a beautiful tenor voice filling the small domed space as members of the congregation wipe away tears.
Perhaps they have lost loved ones in this war. Perhaps they grieve their nation's defeat.
Perhaps it is grief that this holy place for Armenian Christians will pass into Azerbaijani hands on Wednesday.
This is the last Sunday when the medieval monastic complex at Dadivank remains de facto theirs.
"It is our heritage and we should look after and protect it," says Sona Khachaturyan who has come to visit from the Armenian capital, Yerevan.