Armenia Among Top Ten Countries With Lowest Divorce RateCountry Divorce Rate Per 1000
1) Libya 0.24
2) Georgia 0.36
3) Mongolia 0.38
4) Armenia 0.42
5) Chile 0.42
6) Italy 0.47
7) Mexico 0.48
8) ElSalvador 0.49
9) Macedonia 0.51
10) Turkey 0.51

The Republic of Armenia is a landlocked country located at the crossroads of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. It covers an area of 11,484 square miles. The country has an estimated population of 3,262,200.
The political map of Armenia highlights the major provinces and their capitals, the national and international boundaries, and the other political divisions of the country. Besides, it also features the various countries surrounding Armenia.

As shown in the map, the Republic of Armenia shares its borders with Turkey to the west, Georgia to the north, Nagorno-Karabakh Republic and Azerbaijan to the east, and Iran and the Azerbaijani exclave of Nakhchivan to the south.

Yerevan is the capital city of Armenia and is presented on the map with a red square. It is important administrative, cultural, and industrial center of the country and is also the largest city; Yerevan has a total area of 115.8 square miles.

Some of the major cities of Armenia are: Vanadzor, Gyumri, Abovyan, Sevan, Sisian, Goris, Spitak, Armavir, and Gavar.

Armenia is a presidential representative democratic republic. The President is the head of government; Serzh Sargsyan is the current and the third President of Armenia and Tigran Sargsyan is the current Prime Minister.

The country declared its independence from Soviet Union on August 23, 1990, and on September 21,1991, it was recognized as an independent country.

Province Population Area(km.²) Area(mi.²) Capital
Aragacot’n 126,278 2,755 1,064 Ashtarak
Ararat 252,665 2,003 773 Artashat
Armavir 255,861 1,241 479 Armavir
Erevan 1,091,235 210 81 Erevan
Gelark’unik’ 215,371 3,655 1,411 Gavar (Kamo)
Kotayk’ 241,337 2,100 810 Razdan
Loṙi 253,351 3,791 1,464 Vanadzor (Kirovakan)
Sirak 257,242 2,679 1,034 Gyumri (Leninakan)
Syunik 134,061 4,505 1,739 Kafan
Tavus 121,963 3,120 1,205 Idjevan
Vayoc’Jor 53,230 2,406 929 Yegheknadzor

Note: Population: 2001-10-10 census.

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