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South Caucasus Building Designs – Weastern Asia / Southeast European Built Environment

post updated 12 January 2022

Armenia Building Developments

Caucasus Architectural Projects + Key New Weastern Asia Property Designs, alphabetical:

Armenia Architecture Designs – chronological list

Ayb Middle School in Yerevan

COAF Smart Center Armenia

EU TUMO Convergence Center for Engineering and Applied Science

Gagarin Valley Vision by MVRDV

Mercedes Benz Tower Yerevan

Reviving NPAK Competition, Yerevan

The Guest House – Smart Campus in Lori

Location: Armenia, South Caucasus, Asia / Europe

Armenian Buildings

Armenia Building Photos

Armenian buildings – photos taken 29 July 2019:

Brutal Armenian architecture:
Brutal Armenian architecture in Yerevan
photos © Daniel Lomholt-Welch

Modern Armenian building:
Modern Armenia building in Yerevan

Armenian building steps:
Armenian architecture steps
photos © Daniel Lomholt-Welch

West Asian Architecture

Western Asia Architectural Projects

Architecture in countries within the general area:

Russian Architecture

Azerbaijan Architecture

Georgia Buildings

Turkish Developments

Kazakhstan Buildings

Iranian Architecture

Republic of Armenia

Officially the Republic of Armenia is a sovereign state in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia. Located in Weastern Asia, it is bordered by Turkey to the west, Georgia to the north, the de facto independent Nagorno-Karabakh Republic and Azerbaijan to the east, and Iran and the Azerbaijani exclave of Nakhchivan to the south.

The National Art Gallery in Yerevan has more than 16,000 works that date back to the Middle Ages. It houses paintings by many European masters as well. The Modern Art Museum, the Children’s Picture Gallery, and the Martiros Saryan Museum are only a few of the other noteworthy collections of fine art on display in Yerevan.
source: wikipedia

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