Armenian church and bath in Aksehir, Turkey, risk collapsing
The Armenian Church and the historic Gavur bath in Aksehir, Turkey, are ruined, Akunq.net reports, quoting Turkish websites.
According to the source, there are huge cracks in the walls of the church, while the bath risks collapsing. The Aksehir City Hall, which owns the church, has not taken any steps to restore it.
The church built by the Armenian community in the 19th century and used for different cultural events, has never been renovated by the Turkish authorities, despite promises.