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Abovian Street, once known as Astafian was once the fanciest street of [[Yerevan]].  Still one of the fanciest, it runs from [[Republic Square]] up to Abovian Circle, near the former [[Youth Palace]], where a statue of [[Khachatur Abovian]] himself is located.
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Abovian Street, once known as Astafian was once the 'fanciest street' of [[Yerevan]].  Still one of the 'fanciest', it runs from [[Republic Square]] up to Abovian Circle, near the former [[Youth Palace]], where a statue of [[Khachatur Abovian]] himself is located.
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'''What's on Abovian Street?'''<br>Numerous cafes, restaurants and lounges such as: [[L'Orange]]; [[Le Cafe de Paris]]; [[Square One]], boutique and retail stores such as: [[Mango]]; [[Franck Muller]]; [[Terranova]], as well as [[Moscow Cinema]] and Golden Tulip Hotel Yerevan.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 23:10, 13 January 2007

Abovian Street, once known as Astafian was once the 'fanciest street' of Yerevan. Still one of the 'fanciest', it runs from Republic Square up to Abovian Circle, near the former Youth Palace, where a statue of Khachatur Abovian himself is located.

What's on Abovian Street?
Numerous cafes, restaurants and lounges such as: L'Orange; Le Cafe de Paris; Square One, boutique and retail stores such as: Mango; Franck Muller; Terranova, as well as Moscow Cinema and Golden Tulip Hotel Yerevan.

See also