Turkey restores Armenian churches to boost tourism

Turkey restores Armenian churches to boost tourism

PanARMENIAN.Net - Turkey has resolved to reconstruct St. Mary's Church in Gürün town, Sivas Province.

According to Ermenihaber.am, Mayor Mehmet Aktaş noted that the initiative is aimed to foster the development of the tourism sector in the province.

The Armenian church, dating back to the 19th century, previously served as a prison, later a cinema and a warehouse. It will be restored as a municipal museum.

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