Gyumri (Armenian: Գիւմրի) is the second largest city in Armenia and the capital of the Shirak Province in the northwestern part of the country. It is around 126 km north of the capital Yerevan.
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The Russian 102nd Military Base (Armenian: ռուսական 102-րդ ռազմակայան; Russian: 102-я российская военная база), officially known as the 102nd Military Base of the Group of Russian Forces in Transcaucasia (Russian: 102-я военная база Группы российски…
Salut (Armenian: Սալուտ) is a town in the Shirak Province of Armenia.
Artik (Armenian: Արթիկ), is a town located in the Shirak Province of Armenia. As of the 2011 census, the town has a population of 19,534, down from 25,100 reported in the 1989 census.
Shirak International Airport (IATA: LWN, ICAO: UDSG) is an international airport serving Gyumri and the province of Shirak, Armenia. It is located about 5 km from the center of Gyumri. The airport was inaugurated in 1961, and is the second largest a…
Maralik (Armenian: Մարալիկ), is a town in the Shirak Province of Armenia. The settlement was known as Molla Gökche during the rule of the Persians.
The Kars–Gyumri–Tbilisi railway line is a railway line that runs from the city of Kars in Turkey to the Armenian city of Gyumri, then from there on to Tbilisi, Georgia.
Kaps (Armenian: Կապս) is a town in the Shirak Province of Armenia. There were 1088 inhabitants in 2008.
Gyumri City Stadium (Armenian: Գյումրիի քաղաքային մարզադաշտ) is an all-seater football stadium in Gyumri, Armenia. It is currently the home venue of the Armenian Premier League club FC Shirak of Gyumri. The capacity of the stadium is 2,844 seats, ex…
Krashen (Armenian: Կրաշեն; until 1945, Akhkilisa and Aghkilisa) is a town in the Shirak Province of Armenia.
Shirakavan (Armenian: Շիրակավան); founded as Yerazgavors and later Yerazgavork, was a medieval Armenian city and one of the 13 historic capitals of Armenia, serving as a capital city between 890 and 929 during the Bagratid Kingdom of Armenia.
Amasia (Armenian: Ամասիա) is a village and rural community (municipality) in the Shirak Province of Armenia. Amasia was the capital of the former Raion of Amasia.
Panik (Armenian: Փանիկ, also Romanized as P’anik; formerly, Kyavtarlu) is a town in the Shirak Province of Armenia.
Voghji (Armenian: Ողջի) is a town in the Shirak Province of Armenia. Until 1991 the town's name was Okhchogly or Okhchoglu (Azerbaijani: Oxçuoğlu, Russian: Охчоглу).
Vahramaberd (Armenian: Վահրամաբերդ, also Romanized as Vagramaberd; formerly, Nerkin Kanlidzha) is a town in the Shirak Province of Armenia.
Tufashen (Armenian: Տուֆաշեն, also Romanized as Toufashen; formerly, Armutlu) is a town in the Shirak Province of Armenia.
Shirakavan (Armenian: Շիրակավան; formerly, Tavshankishlag) is a village in the Shirak Province of Armenia.
Lusakert (Armenian: Լուսակերտ; formerly, Talibogly and Talib) is a town in Shirak Province in the Republic of Armenia.