Surb Nshan Church of the Holy Sign, Tbilisi

#30 of 32 in Historic Sites in Tbilisi
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Church of the Holy Seal is an 18th-century Armenian church in Old Tbilisi, Georgia. It was built between 1703 and 1711, and reconstructed in 1780.
The church lies dilapidated and was recently partially destroyed by arson.
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  • Nice place to visit in Tbilisi. If you want to see Tbilisi from another part of coin. Its forgotten but massive building with holly atmosphere. You can imagine and feel the life and architecture of...  more »
  • This beautiful building - with an interesting and unusual outside altar - lies abandoned and crumbling in the back streets of the Old Town. The beautiful brickwork and impressive columns make it well....  more »
  • It's a pity to be close to waste.
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  • The church is very old, and it is a pity that they do not monitor the state of such objects.
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