Synonyms for vahagni or Related words with vahagni

hrabrovo              aygedzor              poshtove              kableshkovo              kyparissi              kornokipos              ampelia              skobalj              parkove              medovo              listets              tsibar              rvati              distrato              yeghegnut              staliyska              matsouki              loutros              katafyto              prastio              kaygador              lozno              jrarat              kamaris              kikineiz              goritsa              orlja              mesochori              tristeno              talvorik              voskehat              ponyzivka              gorovo              ugarci              kocaali              olhopil              oqtosh              ashotsk              vrysoula              saraorci              geghashen              smolnitsa              traykovo              snyagovo              debrene              vathypedo              elefthero              drosato              chrysovitsa              izvornik             



Examples of "vahagni"
Vahagni (, also romanized as Vaagni; formerly, Shagali) is a town in the Lori Province of Armenia.
The Ararat Golf and Country Club is located at the Vahagni neighbourhood of Ajapnyak District.
With an area of 25 km² (11.21% of Yerevan city area), Ajapnyak is the 4th-largest district of Yerevan in terms of area. "Ajapnyak" literally means "right bank" in Armenian, which refers to the location of the district on the right bank of Hrazdan River. It is unofficially divided into smaller neighborhoods such as: Ajapnyak neighbourhood, Norashen, Nazarbekyan, Silikyan, Lukashin, Vahagni, Anastasavan and Cheremushki. Kevork Chavush Square and Halabyan Street form the core of the district. Other notable streets of the district are Kevork Chavush street, Shiraz Street, Bashinjaghyan Street, Movses Silikyan Street and the Ashtarak Highway. Ajapnyak is separated from Kentorn and Malatia-Sebastia by the Leningrad Street.