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The elegant St Sarkis Armenian Apostolic Church was built in 1842 and features a barrelled wooden ceiling and a wonderful collection of naive icons. It’s normally closed, but the custodian will be happy to open it up for you if he’s around.
I find it hard to consider visiting sacred places as "attractions". The church was open with one volunteer who tried very hard to explain about the iconography, but we each spoke one language, and they weren't the same. Some churches are decorated to the maximum...More
Very nice place to visit. There is another Armenian church in Varna. Armenian churches exist in all major cities of Bulgaria. Indeed ad nice place to be after a long drive. I liked the wine that wis sold there to collect funds for reconstruction of...More
I have never been in front of an Armenian Church, so this was a new attraction to me. You can't just visit the church from inside without appointment, maybe at the moment there are just too few tourists. Next time I'll make sure we have...More