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Komitas Avenue

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Komitas Avenue

Mashtots Avenue
Կոմիտասի Պողոտա
Komitas Avenue at Arabkir district
Length 3 km (2 mi)
Location Arabkir district,
Yerevan Armenia
Construction
Inauguration 1938

Komitas Avenue (Armenian: Կոմիտասի պողոտա) is a 3 km-long avenue in the Armenian capital of Yerevan. Named after the prominent Armenian composer Komitas, the avenue is the arterial road of the Arabkir district. The avenue which was opened in 1938, starts with the Mergelyan Institute of Mathematical Machines near Komitas square and ends up with the Lambada bridge junction crossed by the Azatutyan Avenue.[1]

The avenue is mainly home to residential buildings, shopping and service centres, small shops, as well as schools and restaurants.

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References

  1. ^ Shirvanzade school on Komitas Avenue

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