The owner of the 1,700-year-old Assyrian Church in Mardin, Western Armenia is selling the building. The church which is registered as a cultural value by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, consists of an entrance, two separate rooms, places of worship, there are also the tombs of three priests and two separate tunnels. 

For more than 100 years the church was not used as a place of worship, it was used as a carpentry workshop. The seller of the church hopes that it will be bought by someone belonging to the Assyrian community and will restore the Christian faith.