Aleppo Churches


Armenian 40 Martyrs Church.
You can see pictures of other churches by clicking just on the pic above.

Or you can come here to see individually.


The first pics are the court of the church, and then inside it.


Various churches’ pictures.

St. Mary Church (Mariam Asdvadzadzin)

6 thoughts on “Aleppo Churches

  1. Angry Anarchist 27/08/2006 at 09:56 Reply

    Wow.. Great pictures! I’ve been in Aleppo twice in my life, once as a kid, and once in 1997. Lovely place. I really liked the pictures of Kessab too. I’ve never been there, but my family, back when they still lived in Aleppo, used to go there in the summers…

  2. aleppian 27/08/2006 at 10:36 Reply

    thanks anarchist! welcome in Aleppo!

  3. Angry Anarchist 27/08/2006 at 16:41 Reply

    I must add, I might actually be visiting Aleppo in a week’s time, and stay for a week or two! I want to get a better taste of the city, as I was too young to know better when I last visited it, and didn’t go around much.

  4. Glendale Chick 29/08/2006 at 03:24 Reply

    Thanks for the photos of 40 Martyrs….which photo is the main entrance of the church?

  5. aleppian 10/09/2006 at 12:53 Reply

    Glendale, thanks for the question. The main entrance is not seen well. It is hidden in the pics. The court is visible there.

  6. Anonymous 27/03/2007 at 22:41 Reply

    Ahla bi halab pari yeghak

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