Spitak


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Spitak

 

(until 1948, Amamlu), a city (since 1960) under republic jurisdiction and administrative center of Spitak Raion, Armenian SSR. Railroad station on the Tbilisi-Yerevan line. Population, 13,300 (1975). Spitak is situated on the Pambak River (Kura River basin). It has a sugar refinery, a creamery, an elevator-construction factory, a factory for the production of simulated leather, and a flour mill. There also are branches of factories producing knitwear and other garments.

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Minister Tonoyan invited Mr Puchkov to take part in the events entitled Resilient Armenia to be held from 5-7 December current year and dedicated to the 30th Anniversary of the Spitak earthquake.
The plant was shut down after a devastating earthquake of 1988 in the town of Spitak.
Metsamor NPP, built in 1970, was closed down after the devastating earthquake in Spitak in 1988, but it resumed its operation in 1995 despite international outcry.
Harry Holloway in collaboration with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) involved survivors of the 1988 Spitak earthquake in Armenia.
The power plant was closed after a devastating earthquake in Spitak in 1988.
Depression and PTSD symptoms among bereaved adolescents 6 1/2 years after the 1988 Spitak earthquake.
This is evident in his work at The Tea House which features the homeless people of the northern region of the Republic of Armenia, who were disenfranchised following the Spitak earthquake in 1988 and the collapse of the Soviet Union.
1990) Discovering of ultra-low-frequency emissions connected with Spitak earthquake and its aftershock activity on data of geomagnetic pulsations observations at Dusheti and Vardzija.
3) The participant seems to refer to the 1988 earthquake in the area of Spitak, Armenia.
Heavily damaged by the Spitak Earthquake in 1988, the cathedral was restored in 2008.
A letter of thanks >from a child in Spitak, Armenia, to Edna Roberts
The Spitak (Armenia) earthquake of 7 December 1988; field observations, seismology and tectonics", Nature, 339:675-679, 1989 (en ingles).