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Yanartas Kilise, Kayabag, Cappadocia, Turkey
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This Armenian Church was built in 1837. The dome is collapsed, but some of the frescoes are still in good conditions.

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Uploaded: 10/01/2014
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Tags: church; armenian; religion; history; wall painting; fresco; art; anatolia; culture
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