One of the most prominent stopovers of Kolkata, Armenian Church is located at Armenian Street, near the Howrah Bridge. It is believed to be the oldest church in the city and was built in 1764. The architecture of the church is a visual treat and the interiors are decorated with marble, while the overhead gallery is adorned with mural tablets. There is a cross at the altar of this church, with the Gospels and 12 candlesticks representing the Christ and the Apostles. Besides, you will find three oil paintings that represent the Holy Trinity. Tourists can also find the remains of an Armenian cemetery in the church. This graveyard houses the city's oldest known grave of an Armenian woman, Rezabeebeh, who was buried in 1630. The compound also hosts a monument dedicated to Armenians who died during World War 1.

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