YEREVAN CHRONOLOGY

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1826-1828


During the 2nd Russian-Persian war of 1826-1828, in October 1827, General Paskevich captured the Erivan fortress. On February 10, 1828 an agreement was signed in the Iranian village of Turkmenchay, according to which Persia ceded the Erivan and Nakhichevan khanates to Russia Empire.


Erivan became the administrative center of the Armenian Province.

Persia also pledged to pay 20 million rubles in silver indemnity. For this, by the personal Imperial decree, General of Infantry Ivan Paskevich was elevated, with his descendants, to the dignity of the Count of the Russian Empire, named Count Paskevich-Erivansky, and received from the contribution a million rubles in bank notes.

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1950


During the excavations of Arin Berd hill in 1950, the cuneiform inscription of King Argishti I of the Kingdom of Van was discovered, according to which Argishti I founded the fortress city of Erebuni in BC in the year 782.

1981


The audio library of the National Children's Library named after Khnko Aper was opened in 1981.