Gevorgian Seminary

Gevorkian Theological Seminary[1] (Armenian: Գևորգյան Հոգևոր Ճեմարան Gevorkyan Hogevor Č̣emaran), also known as Gevorkian Seminary[2][3] (Armenian: Գևրգյան Ճեմարան Gevorkyan Č̣emaran, pronounced [gɛvɔɾkʰˈjɑn t͡ʃɛmɑˈɾɑn]), is a theological university-institute[4] of the Armenian Apostolic Church founded by Catholicos George IV in 1874. It is located in the town of Vagharshapat (Etchmiadzin) within the complex of the Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin, Armenia.

Gevorkian Theological Seminary
Գևորգյան Հոգևոր Ճեմարան
Gevorkian Seminary
TypeSeminary, Theological Institute
EstablishedOctober 5, 1874 (1874-October-05)
AffiliationArmenian Apostolic Church
DirectorBishop Gevorg Saroyan
Location, ,
40°09′43″N 44°17′37″E
CampusUrban
ColoursPurple, Gold
   
WebsiteOfficial website

Gevorkian Seminary is considered the oldest university in modern Armenia.