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Martuni

 

an urban-type settlement and center of Martuni Raion, Armenian SSR, on the southern shore of Lake Sevan, 68 km southeast of the Sevan railroad station and 130 km east of Yerevan. Population 7,900 (1973). It has a cannery, a cheese factory, a rug-weaving factory, and a branch of an electric bulb factory. There is fishing.


Martuni

 

an urban-type settlement and center of Martuni Raion, Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast, Azerbaijan SSR. It is located on the eastern slopes of the Karabakh Range, 41 km east of Stepanakert and 60 km northwest of the Goradiz railroad station on the Baku-Dzhul’fa line. Martuni has a grape-processing plant and a creamery.

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Renovation of Rescue Service buildings, construction of the Martuni and Gavar Rescue Service buildings and ancillary parking in Armenia.
Interesting fact: Alashkert was relocated entirely from Armenian city of Martuni to the capital Yerevan five years ago.
Ulrike Ziemer has made three fieldwork trips to Nagorno-Karabakh, one to Martuni in July 2009, (4) one to Stepanakert, the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh in August 2015, and one to Shushi in August 2016.
"The Karabakh Defense Army's serviceman-died as a result of the enemy's violations of the ceasefire in the east (Martuni region)," the ministry's press service said, Sputnik reported.
The new landfill - the first in Armenia that is compliant with EU regulations - will be located in the city of Hrazdan in the Kotayk Province and managed by twelve participating municipalities - Hrazdan, Abovian, Charentsavan, Tsakhkadzor, Byureghavan, Yeghvard, Nor Hachn, Sevan, Martuni, Gavar, Vardenis and Chambarak.
In the Martuni region in particular, manufacturing industries were dismantled, regional businesses were shut down and state-run operations were privatised.
The upgraded three offices of VTB bank (Armenia) have started working in a new format in Sevan, Martuni and Vardenis
The first success came in the autumn of 1992, when Armenians pushed back the Azeri army which was attacking the southern town of Martuni. By February 1993 Armenians took back Mardakert in the north and advanced further to the west along the Terter river gorge, capturing the Azeri region of Kelbajar that separated Nagorno-Karabakh from Armenia, thus establishing a continuous swath of land stretching alongside the NKR and Armenia proper, in addition to the Lachin corridor.
Armenia favors the project which supposes the start of communication in Gagarin and then through Gavar, Martuni and Jermuk, the minister added Some 80 km of the line will extend through Iran, going as far as Marand station.
In the flamboyant Castro district, where the stressed-out bankers, smartly dressed neighborhood locals and Banana Republic-clad types congregate post-work to blow off steam, Martuni's on Valencia Street is a hip after-work hang out.
Both my cameraman and I felt that before going to Martuni (a town in Nagorno-Karabakh), and we decided not to go.
Feliks Tsolakyan, Minister of Emergency Situations of RA visited the beaches of Martuni town and Ayrivank to get acquainted with the activities of water-rescue units implemented on resort areas of Sevan Lake and public beaches.