Armenians in Egypt
Armenians in Egypt are a community with a long history. They are a minority with their own language, churches, and social institutions. The number of Armenians in Egypt has decreased due to migrations...
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Georges Kazazian
Georges Kazazian (Arabic: جـورج كازازيان‎) (born 25 Jan 1953) is an Egyptian-Armenian composer and oud player. As of May 2010 he had published a dozen albums. He was born in Cairo and has mo...
Nerses Bedros XIX Tarmouni
Nerses Bedros XIX (Armenian: Ներսէս Պետրոս ԺԹ. Թարմունի) (b. 17 January 1940, Cairo, Egypt) is the current patriarch of the Armenian Catholic Church.He was the second son and the fifth of eight ch...
Zareh Nubar
Zareh Nubar (Armenian: Զարեհ Նուբար or Զարեհ Նուպար in Western Armenian) was son of Boghos Nubar, the founder of the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) and grandson of the Egyptian Prime Min...
Nazaret Daghavarian
Nazaret Daghavarian (Chaderjian, born 1862, Sebastia - died 1915) was an Armenian doctor, agronomist and public activist, and one of the founders of the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU).He stu...
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Armand (photographer)
Armenak Arzrouni (Armenian: Արմենակ Արծրունի) (1901–1963), who worked under the mononym Armand, was an Armenian photographer based in Egypt.Born in August 1901 in Erzurum, then part of the Ottoma...
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Alexander Saroukhan
Alexander Saroukhan (Arabic: إسكندر صاروخان‎, Armenian: Աղեքսանդր Սարուխան; born October 1, 1898 in Russia died in Cairo, Egypt in 1977) was an Egyptian-Armenian cartoonist / caricaturis...
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Garbis Aprikian
Garbis Aprikian (born 1926) is a musician from the Armenian Diaspora. He composed many vocal and instrumental works in which Western musical technique (counterpoint, fugue...) marries Armenian melodie...
Hagop Sandaldjian
Hagop Sandaldjian (1931–1990) was an Egyptian-born Armenian American musician and microminiature sculptor, best known for his tiny art pieces displayed at the Museum of Jurassic Technology in Los Ange...
Nubar Pasha
Nubar Pasha (Arabic: نوبار باشا‎ Armenian: Նուպար Փաշա) (January 1825, İzmir, Ottoman Empire - January 14, 1899, Paris) was an Egyptian-Armenian politician and the first Prime Minister o...
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Gohar Gasparyan
Gohar Gasparyan (Armenian: Գոհար Գասպարյան; December 14, 1924, Cairo, Egypt – May 16, 2007, Yerevan, Armenia) also known as the "Armenian nightingale", was an Armenian opera singer.Born in a...
Gohar Gasparyan - Wikipedia
Onnig Cavoukian
Onnig J. Cavoukian, known professionally as Cavouk, is a well-known Canadian-Armenian photographer.
Born in Cairo in 1945 to ethnic Armenian parents Artin and Lucie Cavoukian, Onnig Cavoukian emi...
Onnig Cavoukian - Wikipedia
Lebleba
Ninochka Manoug Kupelian better known by her stage name Lebleba ([lebˈlebæ]) (name variant Lubluba) (born Cairo, Egypt on 1945) is an Egyptian film actress and entertainer of Armenian origin. She is t...
Armenak Alachachian
Armenak Alachachian (Russian: Арменак Алачачян, born December 25, 1930 in Alexandria, Egypt) is a retired Armenian basketball player and coach. A creative point guard, he reached European stardom ...
Aram Ter-Ghevondyan
Aram Ter-Ghevondyan (Armenian: Արամ Նահապետի Տեր-Ղևոնդյան; Russian: Aрaм Наaпетович Теp-Гeвoндян, also often seen written in Western sources as Ter-Ghewondyan or Ter-Łewondyan; July 24, 1928 ...
List of Egyptian Armenians
A list of notable Egyptian Armenians who have contributed to modern Egypt:
List of Egyptian Armenians - Wikipedia
Arto Tchakmaktchian
Arto Tchakmakchian (born 26 June 1933) is a Canadian sculptor and painter of Armenian origin. A member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, he began his professional studies at the age of 15 at the ...
Rouben Vesmadian
Rouben "Redd" Vesmadian (born 30 December 1982 in Sydney, Australia) is an Australian-Armenian professional basketball player. Vesmadian played one season for Fresno State followed by various stints i...
Perch Zeytuntsyan
Perch Zeytuntsyan (born July 18, 1938) is an Armenian playwright and screenwriter who served as Minister of Culture of Armenia from 1990 to 1991.
Zeytuntsyan was born in Alexandria, Egypt in 1938....
Perch Zeytuntsyan - Wikipedia
Hakob Hakobian (painter)
Hakob Hakobyan, also spelled Hagop Hagopian (Armenian: Հակոբ Հակոբյան; May 16, 1923 – March 8, 2013) was a modern Armenian painter. Hagopian was awarded the honorary title of People's Artist of th...
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Edmond Kiraz
Edmond Kiraz (born Kirazian August 25, 1923) is a French-Armenian cartoonist and illustrator.
Born in Cairo of Armenian descent, Kiraz began his career as a political cartoonist after emigrating t...
Boghos Yousefian
Boghos Bey Yusufian (1775 - 1844) was Egypt's Minister of Commerce, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and secretary of Muhammad Ali Pasha.
His parents were Marta and Hovsep, who was an Armenian merchan...
Boghos Yousefian - Wikipedia
Feyrouz (actress)
Perouz Artin Kalfayan (Arabic: بيروز أرتين كالفايان‎; Armenian: Փիրուզ Արթին Կալֆայան  [pʰiɾˈuz ɑɾˈtʰin kɑlfɑˈjɑn, ɡɑlfɑˈjɑn]), better known by her professional name Feyrouz (فيروز&...
Ann Cavoukian
Ann Cavoukian (born 1952) is the former Information and Privacy Commissioner for the Canadian province of Ontario serving from 1997 to 2014. She is of Armenian descent.
Cavoukian was born in Cairo...
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Hovhannes Bedros XVIII Kasparian
Hovhannes Bedros XVIII Kasparian (in Armenian Յովհաննէս Պետրոս ԺԸ Գասպարեան) English: John Petros XVIII Kasparian, French: Jean Pierre XVIII Kasparian (January 20, 1927 – January 16, 2011) was t...
Atom Egoyan
Atom Egoyan, OC (born July 19, 1960) is a Canadian stage director and film director. Egoyan made his career breakthrough with Exotica (1994), a film set primarily in and around the fictional Exotica s...
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