Nino Bagrationi
Giorgi Bagrationi
Giorgi Bagrationi
Gia Shervashidze

Mamrukhi Church is located on the top of Armatai Mount, in the wooded area, near the village of Mamrukhi currently inhabited by the Lezgians. The walls of the church are mostly covered with ivy. Only the east part survives partly.

The church has an original shape typical of the transitional period. It must be tentatively assigned to the 8th-9th century. The circular church has a door from the north, the west and the south. The north and the south doors adjoin small compartments facing the east. The central space is  marked by four bulky piers which supported the dome. The apse projecting in a circle on the east is flanked by circular prosthesis and diaconicon terminating in semi-spherical roofs. Each of them has two windows and one deep niche. The corners and structural elements of the church are built of neatly hewn water tufa blocks.

There are traces of many other structures designed for different purposes, which need further investigation.