The Armenian Vank cathedral (also known as Holy Saviour cathedral) lies in Jolfa, the district of Isfahan where Armenians have settled down. Originally built as a small chapel in 1606, it was expanded to its present size in 1655. On its northern side lies a museum which contains many Armenian heritage items.

01 Clock tower 02 Statue of archbishop Khachatour Kesaratsi 03 Entrance to Vank cathedral 04 Museum 05 Museum
06 Last judgement fresco 07 Altar 08 Armenian Vank cathedral 09 Vank cathedral
10 Armenian cathedral 11 Inner court 12 Museum
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