Armenian church to serve as library in Turkey

Armenian church to serve as library in Turkey

PanARMENIAN.Net - Surb Astvatsatsin (Holy Mother of God) Armenian church in the Turkish city of Kayseri will come to serve as a library, reports citing Turkish media.

The church has previously served as an exhibition hall, a gym and even a police station.

Turkish media reveal that some TRY 6 million (more than $1 million) have been allocated for renovation.

Besides, a café is planned to operate in a corner of the library.

The library is scheduled to open in fall 2017, once renovation is completed.

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