Lori Province

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Lori
Լոռի
Province
Lori Province
Lori Province admeenistration in Vanadzor

Coat of arms
Location o Lori athin Armenie
Coordinates: 40°55′N 44°30′E / 40.917°N 44.500°E / 40.917; 44.500
Kintra Armenie
Caipital Vanadzor
Government
 • Govrenor Aram Kocharyan
Area
 • Total 3,789 km2 (1,463 sq mi)
Area rank 3rd
Population (2002)
 • Total 253,351
 • Rank 4t
 • Density 67/km2 (170/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+04
 • Summer (DST) UTC+05 (UTC)
Postal code 1701-2117
ISO 3166 code AM.LO
FIPS 10-4 AM06
Website offeecial wabsteid
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History

Demographics

Admeenistrative diveesions
Aragatsotn · Ararat · Armavir
Gegharkunik · Kotayk · Lori · Shirak
Syunik · Tavush · Vayots Dzor
Yerevan (ceety wi special status)

Lori (Armenie: Լոռի‎) is a province (marz) o Armenie. It is in the north o the kintra, borderin Georgie. Its caipital is Vanadzor an Stepanavan is its seicont lairgest ceety. It is hame tae the UNESCO Warld Heritage Steids o Haghpat an Sanahin an the well-preservit Akhtala monastery, whaur Armenies, Georgies, an Greeks mak an annual pilgrimage on September 20-21.[1]

It wis affectit severely bi the 1988 Spitak yirdquauk.

Lori is the birthplace o several famous Armenies includin muisicker Harutyun Sayatyan (better kent as Sayat-Nova), poet Hovhannes Tumanyan, Soviet aircraft designer Artem Mikoyan, an Soviet statesman Anastas Mikoyan.

Lori borders the follaein marzer:

Commonties[eedit | eedit soorce]

The province o Lori consists o the follaein 113 commonties (hamaynkner), o which 8 (bauld in the table) are considered urban an 105 are considered rural.[2] The diveesion belaw is bi raion, the admeenistrative subdiveesions o Armenie afore 1995.

Alaverdi Vanadzor Spitak Stepanavan Tashir
  1. Ahnidzor
  2. Akhtala
  3. Akori
  4. Alaverdi
  5. Ardvi
  6. Arevatsag
  7. Atan
  8. Aygehat
  9. Chochkan
  10. Dsegh
  11. Haghpat
  12. Hagvi
  13. Jiliza
  14. Kachachkut
  15. Karinj
  16. Karkop
  17. Karmir Aghek
  18. Lorut
  19. Marts
  20. Mets Ayrum
  21. Mghart
  22. Neghots
  23. Odzun
  24. Shamlugh
  25. Shamut
  26. Shnogh
  27. Teghut
  28. Tsaghkashat
  29. Tsater
  30. Tumanyan
  1. Antaramut
  2. Arjut
  3. Aznvadzor
  4. Bazum
  5. Chkalov
  6. Darpas
  7. Debet
  8. Dzoraget
  9. Dzoragyugh
  10. Fioletovo
  11. Gazanabutsakan p.t.k.
  12. Gugark
  13. Halavar
  14. Karaberd
  15. Lermontov
  16. Lernapat
  17. Margahovit
  18. Pambak
  19. Shahumyan
  20. Vahagnadzor
  21. Vahagni
  22. Vanadzor
  23. Yeghegnut
  1. Arevashogh
  2. Geghasar
  3. Ghursal
  4. Gogaran
  5. Hartagyugh
  6. Jrashen
  7. Karadzor
  8. Katnajur
  9. Khnkoyan
  10. Lernantsk
  11. Lernavan
  12. Lusaghbyur
  13. Mets Parni
  14. Nor Khachakap
  15. Sarahart
  16. Saralanj
  17. Saramej
  18. Shenavan
  19. Shirakamut
  20. Spitak
  21. Tsaghkaber
  1. Agarak
  2. Amrakits
  3. Bovadzor
  4. Gargar
  5. Gyulagarak
  6. Hobardz
  7. Hovnanadzor
  8. Katnaghbyur
  9. Koghes
  10. Kurtan
  11. Lejan
  12. Lori Berd
  13. Privolnoye
  14. Pushkino
  15. Saratovka
  16. Stepanavan
  17. Sverdlov
  18. Urasar
  19. Urut
  20. Vardablur
  21. Yaghdan
  1. Apaven
  2. Artsni
  3. Blagodarnoye
  4. Dashtadem
  5. Dzoramut
  6. Dzyunashogh
  7. Katnarat
  8. Lernahovit
  9. Medovka
  10. Meghvahovit
  11. Metsavan
  12. Mikhayelovka
  13. Norashen
  14. Novoseltsovo
  15. Paghaghbyur
  16. Petrovka
  17. Sarchapet
  18. Tashir

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References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Tadevosyan, Aghasi (2007). Historical Monuments of Armenia: Akhtala. Yerevan, Armenia: "Var" Center for Cultural Initiatives. ISBN 978-99941-2-070-3. 
  2. "RA Lori Marz". Marzes of the Republic of Armenia in Figures, 2002-2006. National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia. 2007. 

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