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Grigori Stephan Church
Iran

کلیسای گریگوری استفان، همدان

کلیسای گریگوری استپان یا کلیسای گریگوری استفان در قسمت شرقی تپهٔ هگمتانه در محلهٔ قدیم ارامنه قرار دارد. این کلیسا در سال ۱۶۷۶ میلادی توسط جمعی از ارامنه اصفهان و نیز مهاجران و تجار ارمنی روسیه که در همدان ساکن شدند، ساخته شده‌است. داخل کلیسای گریگوری چهار ستون مدور وجود دارد که با قوس‌های جناغی به یکدیگر متصل شده‌اند. این کلیسا در سال ۱۹۳۲ میلادی (۱۳۱۱ خورشیدی) بازسازی و مرمت شد.

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