Azizbekov

Vayk

Vayk
Վայք
Administration
Pays Arménie Arménie
Région Vayots Dzor
Maire Harutyun Sargsyan
(2008)
Géographie
Latitude 39° 41′ 21″ Nord
       45° 30′ 13″ Est
/ 39.689283, 45.503617
Longitude
Superficie 1 370 ha = 13,7 km²
Démographie
Population 5 911 hab.
Densité 431,5 hab./ km²
Localisation
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Vayk
Վայք

Vayk (en arménien Վայք ; anciennement Soylan, puis de 1956 à 1994 Azizbekov[1]), est une ville d'Arménie, située dans le marz de Vayots Dzor, à 16 km de la capitale régionale, Eghegnazor, et à 135 km d'Erevan[2]. Elle est traversée par la rivière Arpa et par la route reliant Erevan à la frontière iranienne.

Une petite communauté azérie s'y était installée mais n'existe plus en raison des chassés-croisés de populations durant la guerre du Haut-Karabagh. La ville compte 5 911 habitants en 2008[2].

Notes et références

  1. (en) Brady Kiesling, Rediscovering Armenia, 2000, p. 127  [lire en ligne (page consultée le 18 août 2009)] .
  2. a  et b (en) ArmStat, Marzes of the Republic of Armenia in figures, 2008, « RA Vayots Dzor Marz », 2008. Consulté le 10 juin 2009.


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