Armenian Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
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The Armenian Apostolic Cathedral in Paris is located at 15 Rue Jean-Goujon in the 8th arrondissement of Paris and is dedicated to John the Baptist. Designed by Albert Guilbert, it was constructed between 5 October 1902 and 1904.
The cathedral was first called for by an Armenian newspaper in Constantinople in 1902, and the call was heeded by the Baku-based oil magnate Alexandre Mantashyants, who acquired the land for 450,000 French francs. The entire project cost 1.54 million francs.
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