Gyumri (Q199500)

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second-largest city in Armenia and capital of Shirak Province in the northwestern part of the country
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Gyumri
second-largest city in Armenia and capital of Shirak Province in the northwestern part of the country

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    Գյումրի (Armenian)
    1600
    1840
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    Ալեքսանդրապոլ (Armenian)
    1840
    1924
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    Լենինական (Armenian)
    1924
    1990
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    Գյումրի (Armenian)
    1990
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    Александропаль (Belarusian)
    1837
    1924
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    Александрополь (Russian)
    1837
    1924
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    Ленинакан (Russian)
    1924
    1990
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    Кумайри (Russian)
    1990
    1992
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    Գյումրի, Կիւմրի (Armenian)
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    40°47'0"N, 43°50'0"E
    46.2 square kilometre
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    4 July 2006
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    3101–3126
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    Gyumri
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    2--4756
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