Holy Trinity Church, Aleppo
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Holy Trinity Church (Armenian: Ս. Երրորդութիւն ; Sourp Yerrortutyun also called Zvartnots, Arabic: كنيسة الفرح) is an Armenian Catholic church in Meydan quarter of Aleppo, Syria. The consecration of the church took place in 1965, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide and was restored in 1990. Its structure resembles the one of Zvartnots in Armenia. The architect of the church was Pascal Baboudjian.
Next to the church there is the Zvartnots school also known in Arabic as Madrasat Al-Farah, it belongs to the Armenian Catholic Prelacy of Aleppo, and it operates from kindergarten to grade 12.
- Armenian sites of Aleppo. Armenian Prelacy of PeriaCo. 1992. p. 40.
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