Armenian Church of St. SarkisVarna, Bulgaria
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The Armenian Orthodox Church, which was built in the middle of the 19th century on the site of a burnt church in honor of St. Sarkis, an associate who lived during the time of Emperor Constantine and became famous for converting pagans to the Christian faith. The main facade of the building is made of red brick, the side walls are covered with white stucco. Inside the temple is painted in the Byzantine style.