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  • proper n. An Armenian-populated town in Samtskhe-Javakheti region of Georgia. Known as Bogdanovka before 1991.


From Georgian ნინოწმინდა (Ninocminda), named after the nearby church devoted to Saint Nino: წმინდა (cminda, "holy") + ნინო (Nino, "Nino"). (Wiktionary)


  • As one example of collaboration, he cites an agreement hateched in 2007 between cheese-makers from Gyumri in Armenia, Ninotsminda in Georgia and Kars in Turkey to market a single product.

    Pollution in Border Reservoir Worries Armenia

  • By midyear five enlarged district courts had been created, and eight magistrate judges had been appointed and were working in Ninotsminda, Kaspi, Akhalgori, Dusheti, Tianeti, Khazbegi, Chiatura, and Kareli.



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