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Yerevan Mall

Yerevan Mall
Location Shengavit district,
Yerevan, Armenia
Opening date February 2014
No. of stores and services 120
Total retail floor area 59,000 square metres (640,000 sq ft)
No. of floors 3

Yerevan Mall is an enclosed shopping mall located on Arshakunyats Avenue in the Armenian capital Yerevan. It is the second mall built in Armenia. The shopping centre was opened on 20 February 2014, with the presence of president Serzh Sargsyan.[1] The project was launched in late 2010. The centre covers an area of 59,000 square metres (640,000 sq ft) and houses 120 stores. It contains the first Carrefour hypermarket in Armenia.



  1. ^ Opening ceremony of Yerevan Mall shopping center
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