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23.713815,90.402842~Armanitola neighborhood and road~Means Armenian Quarter.~File:Marker.png
 
23.713815,90.402842~Armanitola neighborhood and road~Means Armenian Quarter.~File:Marker.png
  
-6.176512,106.826172~St. John Armenian Church (demolished)~Originally built of wood in 1831 and known as St. Hripsime, then renamed Holy Resurrection, then named St. John. Was located on the crossroads of the famous Royal Park renamed Medan Merdeka.~Marker-crossbrown.png
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-6.176512,106.826172~St. John Armenian Church (demolished)~Originally built of wood in 1831 and known as St. Hripsime, then renamed Holy Resurrection, then named St. John. Was located on the crossroads of the famous Royal Park renamed Medan Merdeka.~File:Marker-crossbrown.png
  
 
16.771351,96.163968~Armenian Apostolic Church of Yangon~St. John the Baptist Armenian Church~File:Marker-cross.png
 
16.771351,96.163968~Armenian Apostolic Church of Yangon~St. John the Baptist Armenian Church~File:Marker-cross.png
 
16.769477,96.162569~Strand Hotel~Famous hotel founded by the Sarkies brothers.~File:Marker.png
 
16.769477,96.162569~Strand Hotel~Famous hotel founded by the Sarkies brothers.~File:Marker.png
-7.261839,112.739797~Sarkies Brothers house (former)~"The Sarkies brothers had a house in this city. It has currently become a shopping mall, the Tunjungan Plaza 5 (TP 5)," the mayor of Surabaya said in 2019, adding that, in the past, the NAM Shop also belonged to the Sarkies brothers. "The entrance gate of NAM shop still exists, and it is now preserved as a historical heritage," Rismaharini noted.~Marker-brown.png
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-7.261839,112.739797~Sarkies Brothers house (former)~"The Sarkies brothers had a house in this city. It has currently become a shopping mall, the Tunjungan Plaza 5 (TP 5)," the mayor of Surabaya said in 2019, adding that, in the past, the NAM Shop also belonged to the Sarkies brothers. "The entrance gate of NAM shop still exists, and it is now preserved as a historical heritage," Rismaharini noted.~File:Marker-brown.png
 
-7.260014,112.739776~Hotel Majapahit~Opened in 1911 as the Hotel Oranje by Lucas Martin Sarkies, who had it built.~File:Marker.png
 
-7.260014,112.739776~Hotel Majapahit~Opened in 1911 as the Hotel Oranje by Lucas Martin Sarkies, who had it built.~File:Marker.png
-7.252286,112.741008~Surabaya information~There was formerly an Armenian Church of St. George, a 3 room school, and an Armenian sports club in various locations of Surubaya.~Marker-brown.png
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-7.252286,112.741008~Surabaya information~There was formerly an Armenian Church of St. George, a 3 room school, and an Armenian sports club in various locations of Surubaya.~File:Marker-brown.png
  
 
5.423423,100.336010~Eastern & Oriental Hotel~Founded by Sarkies brothers in 1885.~File:Marker.png
 
5.423423,100.336010~Eastern & Oriental Hotel~Founded by Sarkies brothers in 1885.~File:Marker.png
 
-7.867195,112.511181~Kartika Wijaya Hotel~Originally the vacation villa of the Sarkies brothers.~File:Marker.png
 
-7.867195,112.511181~Kartika Wijaya Hotel~Originally the vacation villa of the Sarkies brothers.~File:Marker.png
 
5.430547,100.271586~Crag Hotel~Abandoned hotel founded by the Sarkies brothers.~File:Marker.png
 
5.430547,100.271586~Crag Hotel~Abandoned hotel founded by the Sarkies brothers.~File:Marker.png
1.298717,103.897063~Sea View Hotel (demolished)~Bought and expanded by Sarkies brothers. https://timesofmylife.wordpress.com/2008/03/07/sea-view-hotel-old-new-gone/ ~Marker-brown.png
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1.298717,103.897063~Sea View Hotel (demolished)~Bought and expanded by Sarkies brothers. https://timesofmylife.wordpress.com/2008/03/07/sea-view-hotel-old-new-gone/ ~File:Marker-brown.png
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31.592635,74.312827~Armenians of Pakistan~Lahore had an old Armenian community and church. By 1711 an Armenian bishop resided in Lahore. Location of church unknown. Other cities also had Armenian communities, though the location of Armenian sites is uncertain at this time. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenians_in_Pakistan ~File:Marker-brown.png
  
 
40.363288,44.67041~[[Armenian Attractions Map]]~Map of the major attractions in Armenia and Karabakh~File:Marker-orange.png
 
40.363288,44.67041~[[Armenian Attractions Map]]~Map of the major attractions in Armenia and Karabakh~File:Marker-orange.png

Revision as of 08:06, 14 May 2019

Clickable map of Armenian sites in Asia. You can pan around and zoom in and out.

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Maps of Armenian Attractions
Armenia & Karabakh (highlights only map), Janapar Trail
Detailed maps of: Yerevan, Aragatsotn Marz, Ararat Marz, Armavir Marz, Gegharkunik Marz, Kotayk Marz, Lori Marz, Shirak Marz, Syunik Marz, Tavush Marz, Vayots Dzor Marz
National maps of: Karabakh, Turkey, Georgia (and Tbilisi), Iran, Azerbaijan (including Nakhichevan)
Regional maps of: Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America (western), North America (eastern), South America, Asia, Australia

Map Legend

Marker-cross.png Church / Monastery Marker-crossbrown.png Ruined Church Marker-fort.png Fortress Marker-fortressbrown.png Ruined Fortress Marker-cave.png Cave Marker-ruins.png Ruins Marker-tree.png Nature / Scenic Marker-hike.png Hiking Marker-museum.png Museum Marker-springblue.png Spring Marker-toilet.png Toilet Marker-picnic.png Picnic Marker-tram.png Tram / Gondola Marker-camp.png Camping Marker-bike.png Biking Marker-bed.png Hotel Marker-ski.png Ski Marker-hang.png Hang glide Marker-shelter.png Shelter Marker-brown.png Minor site Marker-orange.png Other map