Liturgy to be served at Aghtamar Island’s Holy Cross church Sept. 9

Liturgy to be served at Aghtamar Island’s Holy Cross church Sept. 9

PanARMENIAN.Net - A liturgy has been allowed to be served at Aghtamar Island’s Holy Cross Armenian church on September 9, Turkish Anadolu Agency reports.

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10th century Holy Cross church currently operates as a museum, with liturgies allowed to be served there once a year.

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