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Title: The Architecture, Conservation History, and Future of the Armenian Church of Famagusta, Cyprus
Other Titles: الكنيسة الأرمنية في فاماغوستا، قبرص: هندسة وتاريخ ومستقبل
Architecture, histoire de la conservation et le futur de l’Église arménienne de Famagusta, Chypre
Authors: Langdale, Allan
Walsh, Michael J. K.
Keywords: Architecture
Armenian Church of Famagusta
Conservation History
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: University of Balamand
Part of: Chronos
Issue: 19
Start page: 7
End page: 31
The medieval Armenian church of Famagusta, Cyprus, lying in the northwestern or Syrian quarter of the city (Fig. 1), provides a case study through which to raise issues concerning the historical conservation of Famagusta's cultural heritage. This article surveys aspects of the building's history, its conservation record, and proposes how it might play a role in any future plans to vitalize the historical centre of the city. The structure may, if utilized in concert with the other historical structures of Famagusta) function to contribute to the rejuvenation of this medieval walled town (Doratli el aI. 2007:65-88).
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Type: Journal Article
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