Tsaghats Kar is on the mountains not far from the village of Yeghegis in Vayots Dzor region. The monastery consists of two groups of edifices. The western group was built in the 10th century and now is half-destroyed. The eastern group is comparatively well-preserved. The buildings of this group refer to the 11th century. The bas-relief on the northern wall, representing a fight between a lion and a bull, is of great interest as it is the biggest in its style. A little to the east from the main church, there is a two-storey chapel-mausoleum.