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[[Image:Armenianborders2.gif|right|thumb|250px| Armenia through out the history]]
 
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'''Historic Armenia''' was divided among [[Iran]], [[Turkey]], and [[Russia]]. <ref>Merit Students Encyclopedia - Page 222 by William Darrach Halsey</ref>
  
 
The highest point in historic Armenia is Mt. Ararat, the ancient symbol of the Armenian nation, which is now included in Turkish territory. <ref>One Europe, Many Nations: A Historical Dictionary of European National Groups - Page 51 by James B. Minahan</ref>
 
The highest point in historic Armenia is Mt. Ararat, the ancient symbol of the Armenian nation, which is now included in Turkish territory. <ref>One Europe, Many Nations: A Historical Dictionary of European National Groups - Page 51 by James B. Minahan</ref>

Revision as of 02:28, 26 August 2007

Armenia through out the history

Historic Armenia was divided among Iran, Turkey, and Russia. [1]

The highest point in historic Armenia is Mt. Ararat, the ancient symbol of the Armenian nation, which is now included in Turkish territory. [2]

References

  1. Merit Students Encyclopedia - Page 222 by William Darrach Halsey
  2. One Europe, Many Nations: A Historical Dictionary of European National Groups - Page 51 by James B. Minahan

See also