Armenian bishop, Etchmiadzin Cathedral

Armenian bishop, Djulfa, costume, Azerbaidjan

The Armenian bishop of Djulfa, Azerbaidjan.

The Armenian bishop of Djulfa, Azerbaidjan. c. 1886

 

Մայր Տաճար Սուրբ Էջմիածին, Mayr Tajar Surb Etschmiadsin,

Etchmiadzin Cathedral

Etchmiadzin Cathedral

The cathedral of Eschmiadsin is an Armenian-apostolic church in the Armenian province of Armawir. It is part of a monastery complex and cathedral of the Patriarch of the Armenian-Apostolic Church, of the Catholicos of the Holy See of St. Eschmiadsin and All Armenians. A church building erected on the foundation of a pagan temple at the behest of the first Catholicos Gregor the Illuminator was commissioned in August 303. The church, which was basically restored in the 17th century, has been listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage since 2000.

Armenian Church, priest, Armenia, historic

Armenian Church with priests

Armenian women. Historical costumes.

Armenian women. Historical costumes.

Armenian women c. 19th c.

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