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Web documentary: Leninakan Revisited

Text by Elena Gabriielian , Armen GEORGIAN , Alexandra RENARD

Latest update : 2013-12-19

Twenty-five years ago, Leninakan, the second-largest city in Soviet-ruled Armenia, was devastated by an earthquake. Its hastily rebuilt homes have now become shanty towns. Nevertheless, its population is hoping for a better future.

Date created : 2013-12-19

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