The Church of St. Simion (Armenian)

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The Church of St. Simion (Armenian), code SV-II-a-A-05467.
The oldest religious monument of national importance, which recalls the presence of Armenians in Suceava that came here since the early fourteenth century from Poland.
Located on I.G. Sbiera Street, no. 51, the church was built in 1513 by the so-called Donig (Donik). Rectangular in shape, with a polygonal apse of the altar, the church initially had two rooms, the nave and the altar, the narthex being added later, in the 17th century.
The tombstones inside the church and in the adjacent cemetery, with inscriptions in Old Armenian, have not yet been deciphered by specialists.

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