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To Yerevan With Love: Russian tsar to be honored with David of Sasun-sized monument

By the time Russian Tsar Peter I built a city on the river Neva in 1703 and turned it into Russia’s new capital naming it Petersburg, he had already been in close relations with Armenians, giving them privileges in Russia.

Three hundred years later, Yerevan is repaying his kindness.

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