Armenian Church
Address
Opposite Mitford Hospital, 218 Mitford Rd, Dhaka 1100, Bangladesh
Phone
+880 1822-645475

Armenian Church

Opposite Mitford Hospital, 218 Mitford Rd, Dhaka 1100, Bangladesh

RATING (4.199999999999999)

Reviews

Amirul Islam Rabbani
Amirul Islam Rabbani
2 months ago

Armenian Apostolic Church of the Holy Resurrection is a prestigious architectural structure situated in old Dhaka. It is an evidence of the existence of American during the seventeenth and eighteenth century. The Americans came to trade in this region. As jute and leather were cheap here, they flourished their trade and started with community living. The church is rectangular in shape with a huge arch gate in front. Though the church remains closed most of the time, it has got a reorganization by Bangladesh Archaeological Survey. During her visit to Dhaka, Mother Teresa stayed in this church.

Faruk Ahmad
Faruk Ahmad
in the last week

Armenian Church is one of the oldest in Dhaka which was established by Armenian trader at British era. The church was built on 1785 and still well preserve. That time Armenian trader live in old Dhaka and did various business like salt, chemical ete. Now a days the area is known as Armanitola and the name came from the Armenia.

Aminul Kibria
Aminul Kibria
2 months ago

One of the well preserved heritages of our country. The Armenians have done a lot for our country and this one is one of them.This church is so gorgeous and still standing like almost new because of well maintainance of Armenian community.Inside the church there is a copy of 'The last supper' which is 400 years old and almost like the original one.Lovely and peaceful place.

Ali Jaber
Ali Jaber
2 weeks ago

A vintage & historically important architectural monument built on 17 century.Acknowledge the Armenian community through a walk in the afternoon.

Lutfor Rashid Sayed
Lutfor Rashid Sayed
3 months ago

Armenian Apostolic Church of the Holy Resurrection is a prestigious architectural structure situated in old Dhaka. It is an evidence of the existence of American during the seventeenth and eighteenth century. The Americans came to trade in this region. As jute and leather were cheap here, they flourished their trade and started with community living. The church is rectangular in shape with a huge arch gate in front. Though the church remains closed most of the time, it has got a reorganization by Bangladesh Archaeological Survey. During her visit to Dhaka, Mother Teresa stayed in this church. -internet

Address
Opposite Mitford Hospital, 218 Mitford Rd, Dhaka 1100, Bangladesh
Phone
+880 1822-645475