YEREVAN CHRONOLOGY

1866


On April 10,1866, the second female school after St. Gayane was opened in Yerevan.


It was a theological seminary created with the aim of instillation of religious moral among teenagers.

On August 31, 1879, on the decision of the Synod, the seminary was re-arranged into a secondary school with three grades.

The school was located in a comfortable premise in the courtyard of St Poghos-Petros church.

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1879


The construction of Erivan's first town hall began, as did the construction of the city's first theatre.

1991


On September 21, Yerevan was proclaimed the capital city of independent Armenia.