Forty Martyrs Cathedral

Forty Martyrs Cathedral

Forty Martyrs Armenian Cathedral is an Armenian Apostolic church located in Al-Jdayde quarter of Aleppo, Syria. It was built and completed in 1491 AD and later renovated in 1912 AD. The bell tower, which was erected in 1912 AD, is considered to be one of the unique samples of the baroque architecture in Aleppo. The cathedral was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1986 as part of the ancient city of Aleppo.

Site Information

Country: Syria

District: Aleppo Governorate

Category: Churches and Monasteries

Site History: 15th Century AD

Oldest Culture: Christian

Later Cultures: Christian

Site Features: Christian Monuments


World Heritage Site

Part of: Ancient City of Aleppo

Date of Inscription: 1986

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