In the heart of Tcherbevan's Armenian Quarter stands the "English Church". It was built to serve the spiritual needs of British merchants in the 18th century. Now it forms a sanctuary for many of the foreigners trapped in Tcherbevan by the fighting.
Of course as soon as she saw it my former-archaeologist wife pointed out that the graves should all be oriented east west in line with the church itself. I can only suggest that the gravestone near the front gate has been moved to make way for some past development.