Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, has started to get ready to host this year's Junior Eurovision Song Contest. The city has been filled with billboards advertising the event which will take place on the 3rd of December.
Yerevan gets ready for Junior 2011
The last preparations are currently made in Yerevan before all the participants of this year's Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take the stage for their rehearsals on Tuesday.
However, already at this moment, it's possible to spot the spirit of the contest in the Host City of Yerevan. See for yourself in our gallery below!
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