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[[Image:Tashir-dcp7495.jpg|right|Tashir Village - row of tiled roof houses]]
 
[[Image:Tashir-dcp7495.jpg|right|Tashir Village - row of tiled roof houses]]
The former regional capital of Tashir was founded in 1844 and named Vorontsovka after the Russian viceroy, then renamed Kalinino in 1935 after Soviet functionary Mikhail I. Kalinin, who rose to be Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet 1938-46. The Tashir cheese factory used to produced 33% of the USSR's Swiss cheese.  
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'''[[Lori Marz]]''' The former regional capital of Tashir was founded in 1844 and named Vorontsovka after the Russian viceroy, then renamed Kalinino in 1935 after Soviet functionary Mikhail I. Kalinin, who rose to be Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet 1938-46. The Tashir cheese factory used to produced 33% of the USSR's Swiss cheese.  
  
 
[[Category:Armenian Towns and Villages]]
 
[[Category:Armenian Towns and Villages]]
 
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Revision as of 08:29, 21 January 2007

File:Tashir-dcp7495.jpg Lori Marz The former regional capital of Tashir was founded in 1844 and named Vorontsovka after the Russian viceroy, then renamed Kalinino in 1935 after Soviet functionary Mikhail I. Kalinin, who rose to be Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet 1938-46. The Tashir cheese factory used to produced 33% of the USSR's Swiss cheese.

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