Armenian church to be restored into cultural center in Turkey

Armenian church to be restored into cultural center in Turkey

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Armenian church in the Turkish town of Aksehir, Konya will be restored, while the priest's house behind the church will serve as a boutique hotel, Agos reports.

To be restored in the framework of the World Humor Village Project, the church will start operating as a cultural center.

Aksehir Mayor Dr. Salih Akkaya said repair projects will be prepared for the Armenian bath in the village of Mizah and that restoration works will be completed in the coming years.

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