Mastara

Mastara

 

a village in Tala Raion, Armenian SSR. It is the site of the Church of St. John (late sixth and early seventh centuries), a variation of the cruciform, domed church that was widespread in medieval Armenia. The church is centrally planned, with a broad dome (11.2 m in diameter) on pendentives and four apses that protrude outward. The spatial organization of the building is sculpturally expressive.

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Today, the Council of the Eurasian Fund for Stabilisation and Development (EFSD; Fund) at its meeting in Yerevan approved the provision of the first tranche of the financial credit to Armenia and Armenia's preliminary application for an investment credit to build the Mastara water reservoir.
Armenia's preliminary application for an investment credit from the Fund to finance construction of the Mastara water reservoir was approved in the amount of US $25.
South Africa's expanding urban population has led to a rapid increase in effluents, thereby putting pressure on the existing wastewater plants," notes Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Shupikile Mastara.
Ernest Mastara, aged 21, of Shakespeare Road, Stoke, Coventry, driving with an incorrect licence, using a vehicle without insurance or a test certificate and driving with excess alcohol, fined pounds 350, banned from driving for one year and a drink-drive course accepted.