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47.649988,26.253655~Armenian Church and Cemetery (Suceava)~Now working as a Romanian Church. On Armenian Street.~File:Marker-cross.png
 
47.649988,26.253655~Armenian Church and Cemetery (Suceava)~Now working as a Romanian Church. On Armenian Street.~File:Marker-cross.png
 
47.647176,26.257823~Armenian Church (Suceava)~On Armenian Street~File:Marker-cross.png
 
47.647176,26.257823~Armenian Church (Suceava)~On Armenian Street~File:Marker-cross.png
47.642591, 26.233526~Armenian Church (Suceava)~~File:Marker-cross.png
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47.642591,26.233526~Armenian Church (Suceava)~~File:Marker-cross.png
 
47.621149,26.232286~Hagikadar Armenian Monastery~People travel great distances to crawl around this Armenian church 3x on their knees in order for their wish to be granted. Wishes are written on paper and left there as well. Fortified compound on a hill.~File:Marker-cross.png
 
47.621149,26.232286~Hagikadar Armenian Monastery~People travel great distances to crawl around this Armenian church 3x on their knees in order for their wish to be granted. Wishes are written on paper and left there as well. Fortified compound on a hill.~File:Marker-cross.png
 
44.437447,26.110779~Armenian Church (Bucharest)~On Armenian Street.  Smaller scale version of the Armenian Mother Church in Ejmiatsin. Also has library and printing press. There was once a second Armenian Church in Bucharest.~File:Marker-cross.png
 
44.437447,26.110779~Armenian Church (Bucharest)~On Armenian Street.  Smaller scale version of the Armenian Mother Church in Ejmiatsin. Also has library and printing press. There was once a second Armenian Church in Bucharest.~File:Marker-cross.png
44.852958, 24.876831~Armenian Church in Piteşti.~~File:Marker-cross.png
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44.429678,26.102259~Manuc's Inn~Bucharest's oldest and very famous hotel built in 1808 by an Armenian named Emanuel Mârzaian, but better known as Manuc Bey.~File:Marker.png
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44.852958,24.876831~Armenian Church in Piteşti.~~File:Marker-cross.png
 
47.162473,27.588986~Armenian Church (Iasi)~~File:Marker-cross.png
 
47.162473,27.588986~Armenian Church (Iasi)~~File:Marker-cross.png
 
47.163611,27.588396~Armenian Street (Iasi)~~File:Marker.png
 
47.163611,27.588396~Armenian Street (Iasi)~~File:Marker.png

Revision as of 12:53, 18 June 2019

Clickable map of Armenian sites in Eastern Europe. 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