Municipalities of Armenia

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A municipality in Armenia referred to as community (Armenian : համայնքhamaynk, plural: Armenian : համայնքներhamaynkner), is an administrative subdivision consisting of a settlement (Armenian : բնակավայրbnakavayr) or a group of settlements (Armenian : բնակավայրերbnakavayrer) that enjoys local self-government. The settlements are classified as either towns (Armenian : քաղաքներkaghakner, singular Armenian : քաղաքkaghak) or villages (Armenian : գյուղերgyugher, singular (Armenian : գյուղgyugh). The administrative centre of a community could either be an urban settlement (town) or a rural settlement (village).

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Two-thirds of the population are now urbanized. As of 2017, 63.6% of Armenians live in urban areas as compared to 36.4% in rural. [1] As of the end of 2017, Armenia has 503 municipal communities (including Yerevan) of which 46 are urban and 457 are rural. The capital, Yerevan, also has the status of a community. [2] [3]

Each municipality bears the same name as its administrative centre, with the exception of 7 municipalities, of which 4 are located in Shirak Province (Ani Municipality with its centre Maralik, Arpi Municipality with its centre Berdasehen, Marmashen Municipality with its centre Mayisyan, Sarapat Municipality with its centre Torosgyugh), 1 is located in Gegharkunik Province (Geghamasar Municipality with its centre Sotk), 1 is located in Syunik Province (Tatev Municipality with its centre Shinuhayr), and 1 is located in Vayots Dzor Province (Yeghegis Municipality with its centre Shatin).

Here is a list of the municipalities of Armenia as of January 2018, classified by province and type:

Aragatsotn Province

Aragatsotn Province is currently divided into 72 municipal communities, of which 3 are urban and 69 are rural: [4] [5] [6]

MunicipalityTypeArea (km2)Population
(2017 est.)
CentreIncluded villages
Aparan Municipality [7] Urban Aparan Aragats, Arayi, Apnagyugh, Chknagh, Dzoraglukh, Hartavan, Jrambar, Kayk, Kuchak, Lusagyugh, Nigavan, Saralanj, Vardenis, Vardenut, Shenavan, Shoghakn, Tsaghkashen, Ttujur, Yernjatap, Yeghipatrush
Ashtarak Municipality [8] Urban4220,636 Ashtarak Mughni
Talin Municipality [9] Urban448,374 Talin

Rural communities and included settlements:

Ararat Province

Ararat Province is currently divided into 95 municipal communities, of which 4 are urban and 91 are rural: [10]

MunicipalityTypeArea (km2)Population
(2017 est.)
CentreIncluded villages
Ararat MunicipalityUrban620,300 Ararat
Artashat MunicipalityUrban1220,700 Artashat
Masis MunicipalityUrban620,500 Masis
Vedi MunicipalityUrban5.511,600 Vedi

Rural communities and included settlements:

Armavir Province

Armavir Province is currently divided into 97 municipal communities, of which 3 are urban and 94 are rural: [11] [12]

MunicipalityTypeArea (km2)Population
(2017 est.)
CentreIncluded villages
Armavir MunicipalityUrban628,900 Armavir
Metsamor MunicipalityUrban99,000 Metsamor
Vagharshapat MunicipalityUrban1346,700 Vagharshapat

Rural communities and included settlements:

Gegharkunik Province

Gegharkunik Province is currently divided into 57 municipal communities (hamaynkner), of which 5 are urban and 52 are rural. [13] [14] [15]

MunicipalityTypeArea (km2)Population
(2017 est.)
CentreIncluded villages
Chambarak Municipality Urban Chambarak Antaramej, Artsvashen, Aygut, Barepat, Dprabak, Dzoravank, Getik, Kalavan, Martuni, Ttujur, Vahan
Gavar MunicipalityUrban1619,500 Gavar
Martuni MunicipalityUrban1012,200 Martuni
Sevan Municipality Urban20,500 Sevan Gagarin
Vardenis Municipality Urban Vardenis Ayrk, Azat, Geghamabak, Jaghatsadzor, Kut, Nerkin Shorzha, Norabak, Shatjrek, Shatvan Verin Shorzha

Rural communities and included settlements:

Kotayk Province

Kotayk Province is currently divided into 42 municipal communities, of which 7 are urban and 35 are rural: [16] [17] [18] [19]

MunicipalityTypeArea (km2)Population
(2017 est.)
CentreIncluded villages
Abovyan Municipality [20] Urban1158,828 Abovyan
Byureghavan Municipality [21] Urban3612,957 Byureghavan Jraber, Nurnus
Charentsavan Municipality [22] Urban24539,403 Charentsavan Alapars, Aghveran, Arzakan, Bjni, Fantan, Karenis
Hrazdan Municipality [23] Urban1558,406 Hrazdan
Nor Hachn Municipality [24] Urban111,748 Nor Hachn
Tsaghkadzor Municipality [25] Urban41,491 Tsaghkadzor
Yeghvard Municipality [26] Urban20625,667 Yeghvard Aragyugh, Buzhakan, Saralanj, Zoravan, Zovuni
Akunk Municipality Rural Akunk Hatis, Kaputan, Kotayk, Nor Gyugh, Sevaberd, Zar, Zovashen
Aramus MunicipalityRural Aramus
Arinj MunicipalityRural Arinj
Arzni MunicipalityRural Arzni
Argel MunicipalityRural Argel
Balahovit MunicipalityRural Balahovit
Garni MunicipalityRural Garni
Geghadir MunicipalityRural Geghadir
Geghard MunicipalityRural Geghard
Geghashen MunicipalityRural Geghashen
Goght MunicipalityRural Goght
Getamej MunicipalityRural Getamej
Getargel MunicipalityRural Getargel
Hatsavan MunicipalityRural Hatsavan
Jrarat MunicipalityRural Jrarat
Jrvezh Municipality Rural Jrvezh Dzoraghbyur, Zovk
Kaghsi MunicipalityRural Kaghsi
Kamaris MunicipalityRural Kamaris
Kanakeravan MunicipalityRural Kanakeravan
Karashamb MunicipalityRural Karashamb
Kasagh MunicipalityRural Kasagh
Katnaghbyur MunicipalityRural Katnaghbyur
Lernanist MunicipalityRural Lernanist
Mayakovski MunicipalityRural Mayakovski
Meghradzor Municipality Rural Meghradzor Aghavnadzor, Artavaz, Gorgoch, Hankavan, Marmarik, Pyunik
Mrgashen MunicipalityRural Mrgashen
Nor Artamet MunicipalityRural Nor Artamet
Nor Geghi MunicipalityRural Nor Geghi
Nor Yerznka MunicipalityRural Nor Yerznka
Proshyan MunicipalityRural Proshyan
Ptghni MunicipalityRural Ptghni
Solak MunicipalityRural Solak
Teghenik MunicipalityRural Teghenik
Verin Ptghni MunicipalityRural Verin Ptghni
Voghjaberd MunicipalityRural Voghjaberd

Lori Province

Lori Province is currently divided into 57 municipal communities, of which 7 are urban and 50 are rural: [27] [28] [29] [30]

MunicipalityTypeArea (km2)Population
(2017 est.)
CentreIncluded villages
Akhtala Municipality Urban Akhtala Akhtala aroghjaranin kits, Bendik, Chochkan, Mets Ayrum, Neghots, Pokr Ayrum, Shamlugh, Verin Akhtala
Alaverdi Municipality Urban Alaverdi Akner, Akori, Jiliza, Kachachkut, Haghpat, Tsaghkashat
Spitak MunicipalityUrban5.513,000 Spitak
Stepanavan Municipality Urban1412,800 Stepanavan Armanis, Katnaghbyur, Urasar
Tashir Municipality Urban Tashir Blagodarnoye, Dashtadem, Getavan, Katnarat, Kruglaya Shishka, Lernahovit, Medovka, Meghvahovit, Noramut, Novoseltsovo, Saratovka
Tumanyan Municipality Urban Tumanyan Kober kayaran, Shamut, Lorut, Ahnidzor, Atan, Marts, Karinj
Vanadzor MunicipalityUrban3282,200 Vanadzor
Antaramut MunicipalityRural Antaramut
Antarashen MunicipalityRural Antarashen
Arevashogh MunicipalityRural Arevashogh
Arjut Municipality Rural Arjut Arjut kayaranin kits
Aznvadzor MunicipalityRural Aznvadzor
Bazum MunicipalityRural Bazum
Chkalov MunicipalityRural Chkalov
Darpas MunicipalityRural Darpas
Debet MunicipalityRural Debet
Dsegh MunicipalityRural Dsegh
Dzoraget MunicipalityRural Dzoraget
Dzoragyugh MunicipalityRural Dzoragyugh
Fioletovo MunicipalityRural Fioletovo
Geghasar MunicipalityRural Geghasar
Ghursali MunicipalityRural Ghursali
Gogaran MunicipalityRural Gogaran
Gugark MunicipalityRural Gugark
Gyulagarak Municipality Rural Gyulagarak Amrakits, Gargar, Hobardzi, Kurtan, Pushkino, Vardablur
Halavar Municipality Rural Halavar Haydarli, Kilisa
Hartagyugh MunicipalityRural Hartagyugh
Jrashen MunicipalityRural Jrashen
Karaberd MunicipalityRural Karaberd
Karadzor MunicipalityRural Karadzor
Katnajur MunicipalityRural Katnajur
Khnkoyan MunicipalityRural Khnkoyan
Lermontovo MunicipalityRural Lermontovo
Lernantsk MunicipalityRural Lernantsk
Lernapat MunicipalityRural Lernapat
Lernavan MunicipalityRural Lernavan
Lori Berd Municipality Rural Lori Berd Agarak, Bovadzor, Hovnanadzor, Koghes, Lejan, Sverdlov, Urut, Yaghdan
Lusaghbyur MunicipalityRural Lusaghbyur
Margahovit MunicipalityRural Margahovit
Mets Parni MunicipalityRural Mets Parni
Metsavan Municipality Rural Metsavan Dzyunashogh, Mikhayelovka, Paghaghbyur
Nor Khachakap MunicipalityRural Nor Khachakap
Norashen MunicipalityRural Norashen
Odzun Municipality Rural Odzun Amoj, Ardvi, Arevatsag, Aygehat, Hagvi, Karmir Aghek, Mghart, Tsater
Pambak Municipality Rural Pambak Pambak kayaranin kits
Sarahart MunicipalityRural Sarahart
Saralanj MunicipalityRural Saralanj
Saramej MunicipalityRural Saramej
Sarchapet Municipality Rural Sarchapet Apaven, Artsni, Dzoramut, Gogavan, Petrovka, Privolnoye
Shahumyan MunicipalityRural Shahumyan
Shenavan MunicipalityRural Shenavan
Shirakamut MunicipalityRural Shirakamut
Shnogh Municipality Rural Shnogh Karkop, Teghut
Tsaghkaber MunicipalityRural Tsaghkaber
Vahagnadzor MunicipalityRural Vahagnadzor
Vahagni MunicipalityRural Vahagni
Yeghegnut MunicipalityRural Yeghegnut

Shirak Province

Shirak Province is currently divided into 42 municipal communities, of which 3 are urban and 39 are rural: [31] [32] [33] [34] [35]

MunicipalityTypeArea (km2)Population
(2017 est.)
CentreIncluded villages
Artik MunicipalityUrban Artik
Gyumri MunicipalityUrban Gyumri
Ani Municipality Urban Maralik Aniavan, Aghin, Aghin kayaran, Anipemza, Bagravan, Bardzrashen, Dzithankov, Dzorakap, Gusanagyugh, Haykadzor, Isahakyan, Jrapi, Karaberd, Norshen, Lanjik, Lusaghbyur, Sarakap, Sarnaghbyur, Shirakavan
Akhurik MunicipalityRural Akhurik
Akhuryan Municipality Rural Akhuryan Arevik, Aygebats, Basen, Hovit, Jrarat, Kamo, Karnut
Amasia Municipality Rural Amasia Aregnadem, Bandivan, Byurakn, Gtashen, Hovtun, Jradzor, Kamkhut, Meghrashat, Voghji
Anushavan MunicipalityRural Anushavan
Arevshat MunicipalityRural Arevshat
Arapi MunicipalityRural Arapi
Arpi Municipality Rural2181,831 Berdashen Alvar, Aghvorik, Ardenis, Darik, Garnarich, Paghakn, Shaghik, Tsaghkut, Yeghnajur, Zarishat, Zorakert
Ashotsk Municipality Rural Ashotsk Bavra, Ghazanchi, Karmravan, Krasar, Mets Sepasar, Pokr Sepasar, Saragyugh, Sizavet, Tavshut, Zuygaghbyur
Azatan MunicipalityRural Azatan
Bayandur MunicipalityRural Bayandur
Beniamin MunicipalityRural Beniamin
Geghanist MunicipalityRural Geghanist
Getk MunicipalityRural Getk
Getap MunicipalityRural Getap
Gharibjanyan MunicipalityRural Gharibjanyan
Harich MunicipalityRural Harich Hatsikavan
Haykasar MunicipalityRural Haykasar
Haykavan MunicipalityRural Haykavan
Hayrenyats MunicipalityRural Hayrenyats
Horom MunicipalityRural Horom
Hovtashen MunicipalityRural Hovtashen
Lernakert MunicipalityRural Lernakert
Lusakert MunicipalityRural Lusakert
Marmashen Municipality Rural Mayisyan Hatsik, Hovuni, Jajur, Jajuravan, Kaps, Karmrakar, Keti, Krashen, Lernut, Marmashen, Mets Sariar, Pokrashen, Shirak, Vahramaberd
Meghrashen MunicipalityRural Meghrashen
Mets Mantash MunicipalityRural Mets Mantash
Nahapetavan MunicipalityRural Nahapetavan
Nor Kyank MunicipalityRural Nor Kyank
Panik MunicipalityRural Panik
Pemzashen MunicipalityRural Pemzashen
Pokr Mantash MunicipalityRural Pokr Mantash
Saralanj MunicipalityRural Saralanj
Saratak MunicipalityRural Saratak
Spandaryan MunicipalityRural Spandaryan
Sarapat MunicipalityRural Torosgyugh Arpeni, Bashgyugh, Dzorashen, Goghovit, Hartashen, Hoghmik, Kakavasar, Lernagyugh, Musayelyan, Pokr Sariar, Salut, Sarapat, Tsoghamarg, Vardaghbyur
Tufashen MunicipalityRural Tufashen
Vardakar MunicipalityRural Vardakar
Voskehask MunicipalityRural Voskehask
Yerazgavors MunicipalityRural Yerazgavors

Syunik Province

Syunik Province is currently divided into 8 municipal communities, of which 5 are urban, and 3 are rural: [36] [37] [38] [39] [40]

MunicipalityTypeArea (km2)Population
(2011 census)
CentreIncluded villages
Goris Municipality [41] Urban29,173 Goris Akner, Bardzravan, Hartashen, Karahunj, Khndzoresk, Nerkin Khndzoresk, Shurnukh, Verishen, Vorotan. (Abandoned: Aghbulagh, Dzorak, Vanand).
Kajaran Municipality [42] Urban9,134 Kajaran Ajabaj, Andokavan, Babikavan, Dzagikavan, Geghi, Getishen, Kajarants, Katnarat, Kavchut, Lernadzor, Nor Astghaberd, Pkhrut. (Abandoned: Geghavank, Kard, Karut, Kitsk, Nerkin Giratagh, Verin Giratagh, Verin Geghavank, Vocheti).
Kapan Municipality [43] Urban49,788 Kapan Agarak, Atchanan, Aghvani, Antarashat, Arajadzor, Artsvanik, Bargushat, Chakaten, Chapni, Davit Bek, Ditsmayri, Dzorastan, Geghanush, Gomaran, Kaghnut, Khdrants, Khordzor, Nerkin Hand, Nerkin Khotanan, Norashenik, Okhtar, Sevakar, Shikahogh, Shishkert, Shrvenants, Srashen, Syunik, Sznak, Tandzaver, Tavrus, Tsav, Uzhanis, Vanek, Vardavank, Verin Khotanan, Yegheg, Yeghvard.
Meghri Municipality [44] Urban11,377 Meghri Agarak, Alvank, Aygedzor, Gudemnis, Karchevan, Kuris, Lehvaz, Lichk, Nrnadzor, Shvanidzor, Tashtun, Tkhkut, Vahravar, Vardanidzor.
Sisian Municipality [45] Urban28,563 Sisian Aghitu, Akhlatyan, Angeghakot, Arevis, Ashotavan, Balak, Bnunis, Brnakot, Darbas, Dastakert, Getatagh, Hatsavan, Ishkhanasar, Ltsen, Lor, Mutsk, Noravan, Nzhdeh, Shaki, Salvard, Shaghat, Shamb, Shenatagh, Tanahat, Tasik, Tolors, Torunik, Tsghuni, Uyts, Vaghatin, Vorotnavan.
Gorayk Municipality [46] Rural1,702 Gorayk Sarnakunk, Spandaryan, Tsghuk.
Tatev Municipality [47] Rural6,260 Shinuhayr Halidzor, Harzhis, Kashuni, Khot, Svarants, Tandzatap, Tatev.
Tegh Municipality [48] Rural5,994 Tegh Aravus, Karashen, Khnatsakh, Khoznavar, Kornidzor, Vaghatur.

Tavush Province

Tavush Province is currently divided into 24 municipal communities, of which 5 are urban, and 19 are rural: [49] [50] [51] [52]

MunicipalityTypeArea (km2)Population
(2017 est.)
CentreIncluded villages
Ayrum Municipality [53] Urban7711,097 Ayrum Archis, Bagratashen, Debetavan, Deghdzavan, Haghtanak, Lchkadzor, Ptghavan
Berd Municipality [54] Urban Berd Aygedzor, Aygepar, Artsvaberd, Chinari, Chinchin, Choratan, Itsakar, Movses, Navur, Nerkin Karmiraghbyur, Norashen, Paravakar, Tavush, Varagavan, Verin Karmiraghbyur, Verin Tsaghkavan
Dilijan Municipality [55] Urban Dilijan Aghavnavank, Gosh, Haghartsin, Hovk, Teghut, Khachardzan
Ijevan Municipality [56] Urban4318,960 Ijevan
Noyemberyan Municipality [57] Urban154.516,782 Noyemberyan Baghanis, Barekamavan, Berdavan, Dovegh, Jujevan, Koti, Voskepar, Voskevan
Achajur Municipality [58] Rural304,463 Achajur
Acharkut Municipality [59] Rural0.2177 Acharkut
Aknaghbyur Municipality [60] Rural6521 Aknaghbyur
Aygehovit Municipality [61] Rural213,591 Aygehovit Kayan
Azatamut Municipality [62] Rural0.53182 Azatamut
Berkaber Municipality [63] Rural12552 Berkaber
Ditavan Municipality [64] Rural8391 Ditavan
Gandzakar Municipality [65] Rural343,639 Gandzakar
Getahovit Municipality [66] Rural8.52,265 Getahovit
Khashtarak Municipality [67] Rural18.51869 Khashtarak
Kirants Municipality [68] Rural6392 Kirants
Koghb Municipality [69] Rural675,970 Koghb Zorakan
Lusadzor Municipality [70] Rural6.5686 Lusadzor
Lusahovit Municipality [71] Rural5333 Lusahovit
Nerkin Tsaghkavan Municipality [72] Rural9618 Nerkin Tsaghkavan
Sarigyugh Municipality [73] Rural141,359 Sarigyugh
Sevkar Municipality [74] Rural472,307 Sevkar
Vazashen Municipality [75] Rural17887 Vazashen
Yenokavan Municipality [76] Rural15.5537 Yenokavan

Vayots Dzor Province

Vayots Dzor Province is currently divided into 8 municipal communities (hamaynkner), of which 3 are urban, and 5 are rural: [77] [78] [79]

MunicipalityTypeArea (km2)Population
(2011 census)
CentreIncluded villages
Jermuk Municipality [80] Urban4977,359 Jermuk Gndevaz, Herher, Karmrashen.
Vayk Municipality [81] Urban1847,064 Vayk Arin, Azatek, Por, Zedea.
Yeghegnadzor Municipality [82] Urban277,944 Yeghegnadzor
Areni Municipality [83] Rural43810,410 Areni Agarakadzor, Aghavnadzor, Arpi, Chiva, Gnishik, Khachik, Mozrov, Rind, Yelpin. (Abandoned: Amaghu).
Gladzor Municipality [84] Rural1315,220 Gladzor Getap, Vernashen.
Malishka Municipality [85] Rural864,460 Malishka
Yeghegis Municipality [86] Rural4775,961 Shatin Aghnjadzor, Artabuynk, Goghtanik, Hermon, Horbategh, Hors, Karaglukh, Salli, Sevazhayr, Taratumb, Vardahovit, Yeghegis. (Abandoned: Arates, Getikvank, Kalasar)
Zaritap Municipality [87] Rural4683,906 Zaritap Artavan, Bardzruni, Gomk, Kapuyt, Khndzorut, Martiros, Nor Aznaberd, Saravan, Sers, Ughedzor. (Abandoned: Akhta, Horadis).

Yerevan

The capital Yerevan holds the status of a single municipal community divided into 12 administrative districts:

MunicipalityTypeArea (km2)Population
(2017 est.)
CentreIncluded villages
Yerevan Municipality Urban2231,060,138 Yerevan N/A

Sources: Armenia 2011 census [88] [89] [90] [91] [92] [93] [94] [95] [96] [97] [98]

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  15. "RA Kotayk Marz" (PDF). Marzes of the Republic of Armenia in Figures, 2002–2006. National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia. 2007.
  16. Kotayk Province communities
  17. Հայաստանի 328 համայնքների միավորմամբ կձևավորվի 34 համայնք. ԱԺ-ն քննարկում է ծրագիրը
  18. About the communities of Kotayk
  19. Abovyan community
  20. Byureghavan community
  21. Charentsavan community
  22. Hrazdan community
  23. Nor Hachn community
  24. Tsaghkadzor community
  25. Yeghvard community
  26. "RA Lori Marz" (PDF). Marzes of the Republic of Armenia in Figures, 2002–2006. National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia. 2007.
  27. Community mergers in Armenia
  28. Lori Province communities
  29. Հայաստանի 328 համայնքների միավորմամբ կձևավորվի 34 համայնք. ԱԺ-ն քննարկում է ծրագիրը
  30. "RA Shirak Marz" (PDF). Marzes of the Republic of Armenia in Figures, 2002–2006. National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia. 2007.
  31. Shirak Provinece communities
  32. Նախատեսվում է իրականացնել համայնքների խոշորացման 14 պիլոտային ծրագիր
  33. Հայաստանի 328 համայնքների միավորմամբ կձևավորվի 34 համայնք. ԱԺ-ն քննարկում է ծրագիրը
  34. About the communities of Shirak Province
  35. Community mergers in Armenia
  36. Syunik Province communities
  37. Նախատեսվում է իրականացնել համայնքների խոշորացման 14 պիլոտային ծրագիր
  38. Հայաստանի 328 համայնքների միավորմամբ կձևավորվի 34 համայնք. ԱԺ-ն քննարկում է ծրագիրը
  39. Municipal communities of Syunik Province
  40. Goris community
  41. Kajaran community
  42. Kapan community
  43. Meghri community
  44. Sisian community
  45. Gorayk community
  46. Tatev community
  47. Tegh community
  48. "RA Tavush Marz" (PDF). Marzes of the Republic of Armenia in Figures, 2002–2006. National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia. 2007.
  49. Community mergers in Armenia
  50. Հայաստանի 328 համայնքների միավորմամբ կձևավորվի 34 համայնք. ԱԺ-ն քննարկում է ծրագիրը
  51. About the municipal communities of Tavush
  52. Ayrum community
  53. Berd community
  54. Dilijan community
  55. Ijevan
  56. Noyemberyan community
  57. Achajur
  58. Acharkut
  59. Aknaghbyur
  60. Aygehovit community
  61. Azatamut
  62. Berkaber
  63. Ditavan
  64. Gandzakar
  65. Getahovit
  66. Khashtarak
  67. Kirants
  68. Koghb community
  69. Lusadzor
  70. Lusahovit
  71. Nerkin Tsaghkavan
  72. Sarigyugh
  73. Sevakar
  74. Vazashen
  75. Yenokavan
  76. Նախատեսվում է իրականացնել համայնքների խոշորացման 14 պիլոտային ծրագիր
  77. Հայաստանի 328 համայնքների միավորմամբ կձևավորվի 34 համայնք. ԱԺ-ն քննարկում է ծրագիրը
  78. Municipal communities of Vayots Dzor
  79. Jermuk community
  80. Vayk community
  81. Yeghegnadzor community
  82. Areni community
  83. Gladzor community
  84. Malishka community
  85. Yeghegis community
  86. Zaritap community
  87. Aragatsotn
  88. Tavush
  89. Kotayk
  90. Vayots Dzor
  91. Syunik
  92. Shirak
  93. Lori
  94. Gegharkunik
  95. Armavir
  96. Ararat
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