Central Armenia 

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Central Armenia is Armenia's political, cultural, economic, and transit hub, home to the political and spiritual capitals of Yerevan and Echmiadzin. Central Armenia includes the marzes of Aragatsotn, Ararat Marz, Armavir and Kotayk.
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Yerevan is the capital of the Republic of Armenia, one of the three hubs of the South Caucasus and is home to over a million people - the largest Armenian community in the world.

Tsaghkadzor is a city in Central Armenia, known for being a ski resort, with forests and an ancient monastery.

In Central Armenia

Garni is a village in the Kotayk Province of Central Armenia. Garni is rich in history.

Artashat is a city in Central Armenia. This small town is more like an overgrown village, with little to offer in terms of tourist sites and infrastructure.

Ashtarak is a small city in Central Armenia.

Armavir is a city in Central Armenia, past Echmiadzin. It is the capital of the Marz of the same name, though it is probably still called more frequently by its old communist name of Hoktemberyan than by Armavir, the ancient Armenian capital whose ruins are nearby.

Echmiadzin, in Central Armenia, is Armenia's fourth-largest city. It is the seat of the Armenian Catholicos, head of the Armenian Apostolic Church, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Talin is in Central Armenia.

About Central Armenia

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  • Latitide of center:  40° 14' 24" (40.24°) north
  • Longitude of center:  44° 27' (44.45°) east

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