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"Sisian" (, also Romanized as "Sisavan") is a city in Armenia in Syunik province,historical Zangezur province. It is located on both banks of Vorotan River, 6 km south of the passing highway Yerevan - Meghri, 217 km from Yerevan and 115 km from Kapan.

amous people born in Sisia
* Nicholas Adontz (1871-1942), Armenian historian
* Israel Ori (1658-1711), Armenian diplomat

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Category:Cities, towns and villages in Syunik



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"Sisian" (, also Romanized as "Sisavan") is a city in Armenia in Syunik province,historical Zangezur province. It is located on both banks of Vorotan River, 6 km south of the passing highway Yerevan - Meghri, 217 km from Yerevan and 115 km from
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