Armenian Apostolic Church of St. John the Baptist, Yangon (Rangoon)
(3.8/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
Armenian Apostolic Church of St. John the Baptist is located in Yangon (Rangoon). Plan to visit Armenian Apostolic Church of St. John the Baptist during your Yangon (Rangoon) vacation using our convenient Yangon (Rangoon) trip generator.
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  • The church was closed when we were there - got an outside view. Nice building but as most buildings in Yangon were abandoned, it shows the wear and tear. Interesting historically since at one time all...  more »
  • This is to notify and further to declare that Mr. John Hla Win Felix (NRC.12/Sa Kha Na {Naing} 047055) is NEITHER an Armenian, NOR an Armenian Priest. He is NOT recognized by any Church as a Priest. H...  more »
  • It is a simple look likely was overlooked and carelessly be visited with a guide of the local church. Had imagined a magnificent church built of stone, so I let honesty first. However in the on-site visit to help them for a while and came through the goodness of this church. Not inside the luxurious decorations can seem modest, but the length of the history feel quietly.
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  • A must for any Armenian visitor to Yangon. The Armenians of Yangon built this church in 1862 on land presented to them by the King of Burma. In a now bygone era there were over a thousand Armenians in the city- such famous families as the Sarkies Brothers (who owned the Strand Hotel Yangon, and Raffles Singapore), as well as the Martin Family (AC Martin Engineering helped construct many of the colonial era buildings that still stand today). The church is open to visitors, and service is held every Sunday at 9.30am
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