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Armenian Church in Develi, Cappadocia, Turkey
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This Armenian church from 1905 in Develi (=Everek) had been changed into a mosque (Fatih Cami). In the former Armenian quarter are still some nice old houses.

Copyright: Heiner Straesser Der Panoramafotograf.Com
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Uploaded: 17/12/2013
Updated: 02/05/2014
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Tags: church; religion; armenian; history; fresco; art; anatolia; culture; architecture; mosque
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