[ US /ˈjɛɹəvən/ ]
  1. capital of Armenia
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  • More than 100,000 protesters in Yerevan, the capital of the Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic, were dispersed by Soviet troops. 1988, Feb. 23
  • By the way, do you know when they demolished the "corncob" building in Yerevan? An Armenian Blog About Life in Armenia
  • When a regular flight en route from Tehran to Yerevan crashed after takeoff yesterday, killing all 168 on board, many in Armenia and its Diaspora were distressed, and not least since there were 40 ethnic Armenians among the dead. Global Voices in English » Iran: Armenian bloggers on plane crash
  • On February 17, 2011, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan met respectively with visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi in Yerevan.
  • In Yerevan, Armenia's capital, the number of BMWs seen rolling along city streets has mushroomed; and so have the ranks of panhandlers roaming those very same urban boulevards.
  • Then again, very rarely do I see diasporan Armenians outside of Central Yerevan for that matter, and even then only confined to certain sections or avenues. Archive 2004-11-01
  • The plant, situated on the outskirts of the capital, Yerevan, was closed after the devastating earthquake in 1988.
  • It's only 20 miles (36 kilometers) from the capital of Yerevan, home to one-third of the nation's population.
  • Turkish products are available from Tbilisi to Tehran, Damascus to Yerevan; the word "Antalya" evokes dreams of a Mediterranean luxury holiday; in the Kurdish towns of Sulaimaniya and Arbil, most buildings and (significantly) the government compounds are built by Turkish companies. Open Democracy News Analysis - Comments
  • After three days of continuous sweating under two heavy homemade wool blankets (basically comprising shredded and stretched clumps of wool inserted into a body-length cotton casing), promoted by drinking several cups of hot tea and some tea-like medicide called Fervex (which I do not recommend as it does nothing) as well as cheap Russian aspirin, I was finally able to get out of bed and thus back to Yerevan on Tuesday morning, August 9. Archive 2005-08-01
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