The Garni Temple in Armenia is an ancient Hellenistic temple dedicated to the sun god, Mihr. Built in the 1st century AD, it showcases a blend of Hellenistic and Roman architectural styles. Constructed of basalt, the temple features intricate carvings and a central hall with ornate details. The temple complex includes a bathhouse and a mausoleum. It was initially a royal summer residence but lost its religious significance after Armenia’s conversion to Christianity. Damaged by an earthquake in 1679, it remained in ruins until extensive restoration in the 20th century. Today, it stands as a symbol of Armenia’s cultural heritage, offering visitors a glimpse into its ancient pagan traditions. A 3D model created through photogrammetry would digitally preserve its details, allowing wider access to its beauty and history. Created in RealityCapture by Capturing Reality from 1126 images – Sony A7r3 & dji Phantom