Apricot is indigenous to Armenia. Alexander the Great introduced the fruit to Greece. From there the fruit’s popularity spread to Europe. Romans called it prunis Armenia.

 

Apricot is indigenous to Armenia. Alexander the Great introduced the fruit to Greece. From there the fruit’s popularity spread to Europe. Romans called it prunis Armenia.

 

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