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29,743 km²
(11,484 mi²)
Yerevan (pop. 1,121,900)
Armenia is a mountainous, mostly Christian country in the southern Caucasus Mountains. It was annexed by Russia in 1828, finally declaring its independence in 1991 during the breakup of the Soviet Union. Until a 1994 cease-fire the country was involved in a land dispute with its neighbor Azerbaijan. Today its economy is recovering with the help of tourism, agriculture, and banking.

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