A historically significant architectural monument in Dhaka is Armenian Church. Armanitola is the old city of Dhaka where The Armenian Church is located. Armanitola was an Armenian avenue for business in 17th to 18th centuries. That times Armenian community was survival the Church.
There are a total four doors & 27 windows. The main floor is divided into three parts, a pulpit enclosed by railings, a middle section with two folding doors, and an area separated by a wooden fence for seating women and children. There is a spiral staircase into the church.
Now on word the church is generally bunged. It has been received recognition from the Bangladeshi government as an archaeological site under the authority of the department of architecture