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Nor Nork District

Nor Nork
Նոր Նորք
The district of Nor Nork seen from the statue of Hayk Bzhishkyan
The district of Nor Nork seen from the statue of Hayk Bzhishkyan
Nor Nork district shown in red
Nor Nork district shown in red
Country Armenia
Marz (Province) Yerevan
 • Mayor of dixtrict Armen Ulikhanyan
 • Total 14.47 km2 (5.59 sq mi)
Population (2011)
 • Total 147,500
 • Density 10,000/km2 (26,000/sq mi)
Time zone   (UTC+4)
Website .am.nor-norqwww

Nor Nork (Armenian: Նոր Նորք, meaning the New Nork), is one of the 12 districts of Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. It is located at the eastern part of the city. It is bordered by the districts of Nork-Marash, Kentron and Kanaker-Zeytun from the west, Avan from the north and Erebuni from the south. Kotayk Province forms the eastern border of the district.[1]

The district is unofficially divided into smaller neighborhoods including the 9 blocks of Nor Nork and the Bagrevand neighborhood.


  • Streets and landmarks 1
    • Main streets 1.1
    • Landmarks 1.2
  • Gallery 2
  • References 3

Streets and landmarks

Main streets

  • Davit Bek street.
  • Tevosyan street.
  • Gyurjyan street.




  1. ^ Nor Nork at

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