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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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).
For example, in 1946, Greve took time off from the Cleveland Clinic to join the staff of the Near East Foundation in Alexandropol, Armenia, overseeing an orphanage for 4500 children.