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Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan

ISFAHAN (Tasnim) – Vank or Āmenāperkič (meaning the Holy Savior) is a cathedral located in New Julfa district of the Iranian central city of Isfahan. The cathedral was established by Armenian immigrants settled by Shah Abbas I after the Ottoman War of 1603-05.

Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan
Vank Cathedral in Iran's Isfahan