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Saint Stepanous Church

in Jolfa city | East Azarbaijan province
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Saint Stepanous Church

Related to Jolfa city (located in East Azarbaijan province)
This church was erected between the periods of the 4th and 6th century AH. and is one of the important historical and religious structures of the city of Orumieh in the province of Azarbayjan. This church is located in the famous Darreh or valley of 'Sham', 16 km. from Jolfa.
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Jolfa is in the northwest of East Azarbaijan Province (Azarbaijan Sharghi) and the Aras River flows through the north of which, near the borders of Iran and the Republic of Azarbayjan and Armenia. Jolfa being the capital city of the township, located ...
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