ⓘ Surp Agop Hospital
Surp Agop Hospital or Saint Jacob Armenian Hospital is a hospital in the Elmadağ neighborhood of Sisli district of Istanbul which was established in 1837 and continues to be operated by the Armenian Catholic community of Turkey. The hospital also owned all rights of the Pangaltı Armenian Cemetery which was destroyed in the 1930s.
The hospital is noted before and after the First World War for his work. Using the names of districts at that time it was known as "Surb Hakob hospital, pancaldi above the pen." Armenian to raise funds for the hospital and continued after the Second world war. Today it is a private hospital, which serves both Turkish social insurance Agency page sosyal Guvenlik Kurumu - SGK continues to serve the community in Istanbul.
- of Istanbul near Taksim Square and originally belonged to the Surp Agop Armenian Hospital In the 1930s it was demolished and was replaced with the Taksim
- Hospital Balıklı Greek Hospital Surp Agop Hospital Taksim German Hospital Yasar Hospital Bakırkoy Batı Bahat Hastanesi, Ikitelli Acıbadem Hospitals Group
- Caddesi many foreign airlines have their offices. The Surp Agop Saint Jacob Armenian Hospital is also on the same avenue. Lonely Planet Mediterranean
- University Hospitals in Istanbul Acıbadem Hospital Bakırkoy Psychiatric Hospital Balıklı Greek Hospital Istanbul Italian Hospital Surp Agop Hospital Surp Pırgiç
- the northern section of today s Gezi Park, at the vicinity of the Surp Agop Hospital The land plot of the cemetery was confiscated by the Turkish government
- Saviour It also has its media information bulletin called Surp Prgiç Surp Agop Armenian Hospital Սուրբ Յակոբ in Armenian pronounced Sourp Hagop The majority
- cemaat mensuplarını desteklemek amacıyla vakıf kurulamaz e.g. Surp Prgich Armenian Hospital Sanasarian Foundation e.g. Kalfayan Orphanage and Pangalti
- established. 31 May: Surp Pırgiç Armenian Hospital opened. 1836 3 September: Hayratiye Bridge built. 1837 Surp Agop Hospital opened. 1843 Church
- Saint Lazarus Island in English sources Armenian: Սուրբ Ղազար, romanized: Surp Ghazar is a small island in the Venetian Lagoon which has been home to the