Provinces of Armenia

Provinces of Armenia. There are 10 provinces and 1 city in Armenia. Because Yerevan is the capital of the country, it is shaped differently from the other 10 provinces.

Below you can see the map of the provinces of Armenia.

Provinces of Armenia

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Provinces of Armenia

Aragatsotn

Ashtarak Provinces of Armenia
Ashtarak

The population of 2011 is 132,925. The surface area is 2,756 square kilometers. The capital of Aragatsotn is Ashtarak.

Ararat

Artashat Provinces of Armenia
Artashat

The population of 2011 is 260,367. The surface area is 2,090 square kilometers. Ararat’s capital is Artashat.

Armavir

Armavir Provinces of Armenia
Armavir

The population of 2011 is 265,770. The surface area is 1,242 square kilometers. Armavir is the capital.

Gegharkunik

Gavar Provinces of Armenia
Gavar

The population of 2011 is 235,075. The surface area is 5,349 square kilometers. The capital of Gegharkunik is Gavar.

Kotayk

Hrazdan Provinces of Armenia
Hrazdan

The population of 2011 is 254,397. The surface area is 2,086 square kilometers. The capital of Kotayk is Hrazdan.

Lori

Vanadzor Provinces of Armenia
Vanadzor

The population of 2011 is 235,537. The surface area is 3,799 square kilometers. Lori’s capital is Vanadzor.

Shirak

Gyumri Provinces of Armenia
Gyumri

The population of 2011 is 251,941. The surface area is 2,680 square kilometers. The capital of Shirak was Gyumri.

Syunik

Kapan Provinces of Armenia
Kapan

The population of 2011 is 141,771. The surface area is 4,506 square kilometers. The capital of Syunik is Kapan.

Tavush

Ijevan Provinces of Armenia
Ijevan

The population of 2011 is 128,609. The surface area is 2,704 square kilometers. The capital of Tavush is Ijevan.

Vayots Dzor

Yeghegnadzor Provinces of Armenia
Yeghegnadzor

The population of 2011 is 52,324. The surface area is 2,308 square kilometers. Vayots Dzor’s capital is Yeghegnadzor.

Yerevan

Yerevan Provinces of Armenia

The population of 2011 is 1,060,138. The surface area is 223 square kilometers.

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