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56.951782,24.109415~Khachkar~Khachkar across from Bastejkalns Park (Riga)~File:Marker-cross.png
 
56.951782,24.109415~Khachkar~Khachkar across from Bastejkalns Park (Riga)~File:Marker-cross.png
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56.935819, 24.146543~[[File:Riga-gevorg 0996-raffikojian.JPG|thumb]]Armenian Church of Riga~Saint Gregory the Illuminatory Armenian Church.~File:Marker-cross.png
  
 
47.652709,26.243951~Zamca Armenian Monastery~In a compound with massive fortified walls. Surrounded by a park.~File:Marker-cross.png
 
47.652709,26.243951~Zamca Armenian Monastery~In a compound with massive fortified walls. Surrounded by a park.~File:Marker-cross.png
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43.420033,39.922018~Surb Sargis Armenian Church~Adler satellite city of Sochi~File:Marker-cross.png
 
43.420033,39.922018~Surb Sargis Armenian Church~Adler satellite city of Sochi~File:Marker-cross.png
 
47.39237,39.69136~Surb Astvatsatsin Armenian Apostolic Church~Located in Bolshiye Saly, and officially declared an architectural monument of regional significance of cultural heritage of Russia.~File:Marker-cross.png
 
47.39237,39.69136~Surb Astvatsatsin Armenian Apostolic Church~Located in Bolshiye Saly, and officially declared an architectural monument of regional significance of cultural heritage of Russia.~File:Marker-cross.png
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46.344909,48.041859~Surb Hripsime Armenian Church of Astrakhan~In historic Armenian quarter~File:Marker-cross.png
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46.348361,48.047413~Armenia Square~In downtown Astrakhan, with a large khachkar monument~File:Marker.png
  
 
42.6418,18.1112~Khachkar~In the cloister of the Dominican Monastery of Dubrovnik~~File:Marker.png
 
42.6418,18.1112~Khachkar~In the cloister of the Dominican Monastery of Dubrovnik~~File:Marker.png
  
 
44.988113,41.109123~Armavir, Russia~Named after ancient Armenian capital~File:Marker.png
 
44.988113,41.109123~Armavir, Russia~Named after ancient Armenian capital~File:Marker.png
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44.783333,44.166667~[[Budyonnovsk]], Russia~Founded by Armenians and originally named Surp Khach~File:Marker.png
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44.774984,44.154968~Surb Harutyun Armenian Church of Budyonnovsk~Budyonnovsk had 3 Armenian churches that were torn down in Soviet times. This new church was completed in 2010.~File:Marker-cross.png
 
45.042478,38.973141~Krasnodar, Russia~~File:Marker.png
 
45.042478,38.973141~Krasnodar, Russia~~File:Marker.png
 
47.247543,39.696929~Rostov on Don, Russia~~File:Marker.png
 
47.247543,39.696929~Rostov on Don, Russia~~File:Marker.png
 
47.23245,39.756075~Nor Nakhichevan, Russia~~File:Marker.png
 
47.23245,39.756075~Nor Nakhichevan, Russia~~File:Marker.png
 
42.057044,48.287108~Armenian Church of Derbent~Surb Amenaprkich / All Saviors Armenian Church~File:Marker-cross.png
 
42.057044,48.287108~Armenian Church of Derbent~Surb Amenaprkich / All Saviors Armenian Church~File:Marker-cross.png
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41.871471,48.438893~Armenian Church of Nyugdi~Surb Grigor Church~File:Marker-cross.png
  
 
42.998978,41.015737~Hovhannes Tumanyan Monument (Sukhumi)~~File:Marker.png
 
42.998978,41.015737~Hovhannes Tumanyan Monument (Sukhumi)~~File:Marker.png
  
45.253321,19.843677~Khachkar memorial~To the eight citizens of Novi Sad that died in the helicopter crash while being in Armenia as international rescuers after the 1988 Spitak earthquake. On the site of former Armenian Catholic Church (built in 1746, razed in 1963)~File:Marker.png
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45.253548,19.843947~Khachkar memorial~To the eight citizens of Novi Sad that died in the helicopter crash while being in Armenia as international rescuers after the 1988 Spitak earthquake. On the site of former Armenian Catholic Church (built in 1746, razed in 1963)~File:Marker.png
  
 
50.061083,19.946918~Khachkar~Seems to be at the Church of St. Nicholas, located at 9 Kopernika Street, Krakow~File:Marker.png
 
50.061083,19.946918~Khachkar~Seems to be at the Church of St. Nicholas, located at 9 Kopernika Street, Krakow~File:Marker.png

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