Tavush Province

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Tavush
Տավուշ
Province
Location o Tavush athin Armenie
Coordinates: 40°53′N 45°8′E / 40.883°N 45.133°E / 40.883; 45.133
Kintra Armenie
Caipital Ijevan
Government
 • Govrenor Armen Ghularyan
Area
 • Total 2,704 km2 (1,044 sq mi)
Area rank 4t
Population (2002)
 • Total 121,963
 • Rank 10t
 • Density 45/km2 (120/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+04
 • Summer (DST) UTC+05 (UTC)
Postal code 3901-4216
ISO 3166 code AM.TV
FIPS 10-4 AM09
Website www.tavushinfo.am

Tavush (Armenie: Տավուշ‎) is a province (marz) o Armenie. The marz o Tavush is locatit in the north the kintra an borders Georgie an Azerbaijan.

The region borders the follaein provinces:

Commonties[eedit | eedit soorce]

The province o Tavush consists o the follaein 63 commonties (hamaynkner), o which 4 (bauld in the table) are considered urban an 58 are considered rural.[1] The diveesion below is bi raion, the admeenistrative subdiveesions o Armenie afore 1995.

Ijevan Dilijan Noyemberyan Tavush (Berd)
  1. Achajur
  2. Acharkut
  3. Aknaghbyur
  4. Aygehovit
  5. Azatamut
  6. Berkaber
  7. Ditavan
  8. Gandzakar
  9. Getahovit
  10. Hovk
  11. Ijevan
  12. Khashtarak
  13. Kirants
  14. Lusadzor
  15. Lusahovit
  16. Sarigyugh
  17. Sevkar
  18. Tsaghkavan
  19. Vazashen
  20. Yenokavan
  1. Aghavnavank
  2. Dilijan
  3. Gosh
  4. Haghartsin
  5. Khachardzan
  6. Teghut
  1. Archis
  2. Ayrum
  3. Baghanis
  4. Bagratashen
  5. Barekamavan
  6. Berdavan
  7. Debetavan
  8. Deghdzavan
  9. Dovegh
  10. Haghtanak
  11. Jujevan
  12. Koghb
  13. Koti
  14. Lchkadzor
  15. Noyemberyan
  16. Ptghavan
  17. Voskepar
  18. Voskevan
  19. Zorakan
  1. Artsvaberd
  2. Aygedzor
  3. Aygepar
  4. Berd
  5. Chinari
  6. Chinchin
  7. Choratan
  8. Itsakar
  9. Mosesgegh
  10. Navur
  11. Nerkin Karmiraghbyur
  12. Norashen
  13. Paravakar
  14. Tovuz
  15. Tsaghkavan
  16. Varagavan
  17. Verin Karmiraghbyur
  18. Shamakhyan

Gallery[eedit | eedit soorce]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "RA Tavush Marz". Marzes of the Republic of Armenia in Figures, 2002-2006. National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia. 2007. 

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