Tsaghkunk, Armavir

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Coordinates: 40°10′46″N44°16′12″E / 40.17944°N 44.27000°E / 40.17944; 44.27000

Tsaghkunk
Armenian: Ծաղկունք
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Tsaghkunk
Armenian: Ծաղկունք
Coordinates: 40°10′46″N44°16′12″E / 40.17944°N 44.27000°E / 40.17944; 44.27000
Country Armenia
Marz (Province) Armavir
Population
 (2008)
  Total1,183
Time zone UTC+4 ( )
  Summer (DST) UTC+5 ( )

Tsaghkunk (Armenian : Ծաղկունք, also Romanized as Tsaghkunk’, Tsaghkunq, and Tsakhkunk; until 1946, Abdurahman; formerly, Verkhnyaya Aylanlu and Verin Aylanlu) is a town in the Armavir Province of Armenia. The town's church dates from the 19th century.

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