Armenian church near Kars on the verge of destruction

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on July 11, 2018

in Featured, Featured News, News

Public Radio of Armenia – 11/7/18

An Armenian church in the village of Mezra 13 km from Kars has been seriously damaged by treasure hunters with the walls nearly destroyed, Akunq.net quotes the Turkish Habertürk website saying.

Although the website does not mention the name of the church, it most likely refers to  the  Red Monastery or Dprevank. According to the source, the walls of the church are destroyed, and a number of holes have been dug insider the church. The church faces the threat of complete destruction.

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