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St. Sarkis Church - Tabriz
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St. Sarkis Church

in Tabriz city | East Azarbaijan province
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St. Sarkis Church

Related to Tabriz city (located in East Azarbaijan province)
Saint Sarkis Church was constructed by 'Petrossian' in the Banvan neighborhood of Tabriz in the year 1821 AD. The church, which has Armenian architecture, is made of stone and has a brick dome and built in the shape of a cross. There is a monument outside the church dedicated to fallen Armenians.
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St. Sarkis Church - Tabriz
Vartan Vahramian, Iranian painter and composer, at the St. Sarkis Church - Tabriz
St. Sarkis Church - Tabriz
St. Sarkis Church - Tabriz
St. Sarkis Church - Tabriz
St. Sarkis Church - Tabriz
St. Sarkis Church - Tabriz
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