Aleksandropol

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Aleksandropol

(Russian alɪksanˈdrɔpəlj)
n
(Placename) the former name (from 1837 until after the Revolution) of Kumayri
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The first volume of the 2015 installation of the new edition contains articles on such topics as Azerbaijani educator and playwright Abdulla Saiq (1881-1959), the 1920 Treaty of Alexandropol, Urdu autobiography, Babai, banks and banking past and present, the Iandarli family of Ottoman statesmen, Dihqan in Sasanid and early Muslim Iran, the Iraqi port city of Basra, Persian chronograms, guilds in the Ottoman Empire, and the Imperial Arsenal of the Ottoman navel forces.
One more reason for the protest is that Dec 2 is the day of the Treaty of Alexandropol, a treaty that was signed in Alexandropol
At first, little EminE[logical not] along with other Kurdish and Armenian orphans found refuge in Kars and then moved to Alexandropol (now Gumri), Jelaloghlu (now Stepanavan), and later on to Tiflis (now Tbilisi).