Davit Bek, Armenia

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Davit Bek
Դավիթ Բեկ
rural community
Davit Bek is located in Armenia
Davit Bek
Davit Bek
Coordinates: 39°19′05″N 46°29′43″E / 39.31806°N 46.49528°E / 39.31806; 46.49528Coordinates: 39°19′05″N 46°29′43″E / 39.31806°N 46.49528°E / 39.31806; 46.49528
Country  Armenia
Marz (Province) Syunik
Population (2011)
 • Total 796
Time zone   (UTC+4)
Davit Bek, Armenia at GEOnet Names Server

Davit Bek (Armenian: Դավիթ Բեկ); formerly known as Zeyva, is a village and rural community (municipality) in the Syunik Province of Armenia. It is named after the Armenian patriotic leader David Bek. The 2011 Armenia census reported its population as 796,[2] down from 809 at the 2001 census.[3]

David Bek -known as Zeyva at the time- is the birthplace of the Armenian revolutionary leader and the founder of the Republic of Armenia of 1918; Aram Manukian.

Surp Gayane Church of Davit Bek was opened in 2008.

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