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Holy Trinity Church, Yerevan

Holy Trinity Church
Սուրբ Երրորդություն Եկեղեցի
The Holy Trinity Church
Holy Trinity Church, Yerevan is located in Armenia
Holy Trinity Church, Yerevan
Shown within Armenia
Basic information
Location Between Raffi and Svachian Streets, Malatia-Sebastia District,
Yerevan, Armenia
Geographic coordinates
Affiliation Armenian Apostolic Church
Year consecrated 2005
Architectural description
Architect(s) Baghdasar Arzoumanian
Architectural style Armenian
Groundbreaking 2001
Completed 2003

Holy Trinity Church (Armenian: Սուրբ Երրորդություն Եկեղեցի) is an Armenian Apostolic Church constructed in 2003 in the Malatia-Sebastia District of Yerevan, Armenia. It is modeled after the 7th century Zvartnots Cathedral.

The construction works of the church planned to be built on the South-Western District of Yerevan started in March 2001. The Church was built according to the project of architect Baghdasar Arzoumanian with the sponsorship of American Armenian national benefactor Mrs. Louise Simone Manoogian. On November 9, 2004, Karekin II, Catholicos of All Armenians, presided over the ceremony of consecration of the crosses of the Church of Holy Trinity. The Church of Holy Trinity was consecrated by Karekin II on November 20, 2005.

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External links

  • Official Website of Holy Trinity Church
  • Church of the Holy Trinity - Official website of the Araratian Patriarchal Diocese
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