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Armenia: Traffic Hell

Ex patria says that while there were relatively few cars on the roads of the Armenian capital a year and a half ago, the situation has now dramatically changed. Combined with alleged corruption ahead of next year's presidential election resulting in multiple construction works to make the situation even worse, the blog says that driving in Yerevan is very definitely something to be avoided.

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