In the hills overlooking the city center of Dilijan, Armenia, lie the ruins of a circular villa built in 1936 for Aghasi Khanjian, an important political figure of the time.
Khanjian was the first secretary of the Communist Party of Armenia and held the post for six years. He was a popular figure in the country.
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