worth visiting if you are in the area. you must ask to see the interior. interesting cemetery on the surrounding area.
This place is located in the Puran (Old) Dhaka and one has to make some efforts to reach this place. The local name for this place is "Armenian Tula" and remember to use this name while asking the locals about the directions. The place has a history that dated back 300 years but it is neglected. The person incharge was... More
worth seeing. It's a small church. There is a pretty long history of Armenians in Dhaka. It used to be a cemetery I believe. There are gravestones all over the grounds.
In the middle of old Dhaka and with the mad world of rickshaws and car horns just outside the gates, there is this oasis of peace and quiet. The grave yard is worth seeing including a veteran of the mutiny who was born in Belfast and a man who died at the age of 108 years! The church needs some... More
its worth a visit , and get the explanations from boy in charge of maintenancePlaced in old dhaka area and near the other few interesting places in city.
Amazing little place tucked away in old Dhaka. Couldn't tell you how to get there because we were lucky to have a driver who knew, but the journe is worth it. The Church building, yard and adjoining facilities are a great contrast to all that surrounds it, which only adds to the atmosphere. We attended an Easter Service here, and... More
It is a small church, but probably the oldest in Bangladesh. It has a beautiful bell-tower. This was the center for the small effluent Armenian community at the turn of the 19th century. Mr. Martin the curator, is one of the few Armenians left in Dhaka. He was very pleasant and welcoming.
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