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Lonely planet book about Myanmar provided the information about the existence of this unique church epitomising in one sacred building the surprisingly long history of Armenian diaspora in Burma or Myanmar. I had the chance not only to see and photograph the church from outside,...More
This little church tells the history of the Armenians ( Jews), the development of commerce in Rangoon and construction of the historic buildings in the centre of town.
There is a small illustrated exhibition which is well worth seeing.
I wonder how many people would know how important the Armenian community was in Yangon at one time. It was a fascinating place to visit if a little sad, because of the tradegy suffered in the Second World War
This is Yangon's oldest church dating to the 19th century. It's a gem of a place, small, simple set amidst greenery, away from the sights and sounds of Yangon streets. There were hardly any other visitors here, so we could walk around, read its history,...More
When you visit to Yangon, I advise you to visit this Church. Yangon have many interesting places to explore like old colonial buildings and history background. When you visit to this church, you can see the blued printed guide-post where you can read the history...More
After the hullabaloo of all the Pagodas it was a relief to visit this quiet, out of the way, unexpectedly peaceful church. We were the only ones there and we took the opportunity to sit quietly and gather our thoughts before braving the Yangon madness...More
Who knew Yangon had such an Armenian influence?
This church is on part of a walking tour and we went in. Fascinating little place, easily overlooked. Has some information to read about its history inside as well. There is now only a small congregation, how...More