Gyumri Zip code


About Gyumri

Gyumri is the second-largest city in Armenia and a city in an urban area. It is the administrative centre of Shirak Province, which is in the northwestern part of the country. By the end of the 19th century, when the city was called Alexandropol, it was one of the biggest cities in Russian-ruled Eastern Armenia. It had a population that was about the same as that of Yerevan. It was changed to Leninakan when the Soviet Union was in power. Before the 1988 Spitak earthquake, the city had more than 200,000 people. As of the 2011 census, the city had 121,976 people, down from 150,917 at the 2001 census. People who go to the Armenian Apostolic Church live in Gyumri, which is the capital of Shirak. The area in which we live today It was called Armenian Kumayri when the Kingdom of Urartu was in power. Under the rule of Turkic tribes, Kumayri became known as Gumru. When Czar Nicholas I married his wife, Princess Alexandra Fyodorovna, in 1837, he changed the name of Kumayri to Alexandropol. Between 1924 and 1990, the city was called Leninakan because Vladimir Lenin was a big fan of the city. People used Kumayri until 1992, when the city's new name was chosen: Gyumri. After independence, Kumayri was used until then.


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Gyumri Armenia Postal code format