Verin Dvin (Armenian: Վերին Դվին; also, Aysori Dvin and Verkhniy Dvin) is a village in the Ararat Province of Armenia located 30 kilometers south of Yerevan. The largest Assyrian community in Armenia is in Verin Dvin, where around 2,000 out of the 2…
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Metsamor (Armenian: Մեծամոր); known as Ghamarlu until 1946, is a village in the Armavir Province of Armenia.
Latitude: 40° 04' 22.87" N
Longitude: 44° 17' 22.63" E
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Vardashen is a town in the Yerevan Province of Armenia.
Taronik (Armenian: Տարոնիկ), formerly known as Zeyva Turkakan (Turkish Zeyva) and Verin Zeyva, is a village in the Armavir Province of Armenia. The Iron Age settlement of Metsamor site is located only 1 km southwest of Taronik.
Sis (Armenian: Սիս; formerly, Uliya Sarvanlar and Sarvanlar) is a town in the Ararat Province of Armenia.
Proshyan (Armenian: Պռոշյան), is a major village in the Kotayk Province of Armenia. It is home to the Proshyan Wine Factory.
Norakert (Armenian: Նորակերտ) is a town in the Armavir province of Armenia.
Nizami (Armenian: Նիզամի) is a village in the Ararat Province of Armenia. The town is named for the poet Nizami Ganjevi.
Jrashen (Armenian: Ջրաշեն, also Romanized as Dzhrashen) is a town in the Armavir Province of Armenia. The town was founded in 1928. According to the 2001 census, the population was 727.
Sardarapat (Armenian: Սարդարապատ), is a major village in the Armavir province of Armenia. The settlement was originally known as Sardarapat until 1935 when it was renamed Hoktember (October). In 1967, the village of Norapat was absorbed by Hoktember…
Hnaberd (Armenian: Հնաբերդ), formerly known as Torpakhkala, is a village in the Ararat Province of Armenia.
Getazat (Armenian: Գետազատ; also, Getashen; until 1948, Agdzhakishlag and Aghjaghshlagh) is a small town in the Ararat Province of Armenia.
Dvin (Armenian: Դվին; also Nizhniy Dvin, Nerkin Dvin, and Dvin Armyanskiy) is a village in the Ararat Province of Armenia. It is located near the ruins of the ancient city of Dvin.
Dimitrov (Armenian: Դիմիտրով; until 1949, Ghuylasar Nerkin) is a town in the Ararat Province of Armenia. The town in named in honor of Bulgarian Communist leader, Georgi Dimitrov. The town is mainly inhabited by Armenians and Assyrians.
The Civilitas Foundation (Armenian: Սիվիլիթաս հիմնադրամ) is an Armenian non-profit organization based in Yerevan, Armenia, and established in October 2008 by Armenia's former Minister of Foreign Affairs, Vartan Oskanian. It is a development agency a…
Arshaluys (Armenian: Արշալույս – meaning "dawn", also Romanized as Arshaluis; formerly, Körpalu and Kyorpalu) is a town in the Armavir province of Armenia. Two km south of town is the Saint Karapet shrine of the 14th to 18th century, formerly a pilg…
Armavir (Armenian: Արմավիր) is a village in the Armavir Province of Armenia. Cuneiform inscriptions of Urartian King Sarduri II were found at Armavir.
Erevan (Template:Lang-hy Erevan, Dzhafarapat) is a village in the Ararat province of Armenia. It has been absorbed by modern-day Yerevan and actually sits within the city limits. Located in the village is a Turkmen funerary monument built in 1413.
Arevik (Armenian: Արևիկ; formerly, Agdzharkh and Aghja-Arkh) is a town in the Armavir province of Armenia. The name Arevik comes from the root Arev meaning "sun".