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Saint Mesrop is a Qajar era (1785–1925) church in Arak where the Armenian community of the city worships. Built in 1941, this church has a rectangular plan. The church has several lightwells and two entrances in the south and west. The bell tower is located across from the western entrance. The complex includes a clergy house, prayer hall and a congregation hall.
Saint Mesrop Church was registered as a National Heritage Site in 2001.