Mikhail Loris-Melikov
Count Mikhail Tarielovich Loris-Melikov (Russian: граф Михаил Тариелович Лорис-Меликов, Armenian: Միքայել Լորիս-Մելիքով; January 1 [O.S. December 20, 1825] 1826 – December 22...
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Anna Schchian
Anna Semenovna Schchian (Russian: Анна Семёновна Шхиян, 9 July 1905 – 15 May 1990) was a Russian botanist, working in the Tbilisi Botanical Institute. She is known remembered for studies of ...
Joe Adamov
Joe Adamov, Name in Russian: Иосиф Адамов (Yosif Adamov) (7 January 1920 - December 2005) was a journalist and presenter on Radio Moscow and its successor the Voice of Russia for over sixty years. Of ...
Anushavan Danielyan
Anushavan Danielyan (Armenian: Անուշավան Դանիելյան; born 1 August 1956) was Prime Minister of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic from June 1999 through September 2007. He was succeeded by Arayik Haruty...
Grigory Arutyunov
Grigory Artyomovich Arutyunov (7 November 1900 – 9 November 1957) was the First Secretary of the Communist Party of the Armenian SSR from 24 September 1937 to 12 March 1953. His tenure as first secret...
Edward Keonjian
Dr. Edward Keonjian (14 August 1909 - 6 September 1999) was a prominent engineer, an early leader in the field of low-power electronics, the father of microelectronics. In 1954 Keonjian designed the w...
Khojaminasishvili
Khojaminasishvili (Georgian: ხოჯამინასიშვილი) was a Georgian family of Armenian ethnic background ennobled in the Kingdom of Kartli-Kakheti in 1775. Their status received confirmation in 1857 from...
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Stepan Malkhasyants
Stepanos Sargsi Malkhasyants (Armenian: Ստեփան Սարգսի Մալխասյանց; November 7 [O.S. October 25] 1857 – July 21, 1947) was an Armenian academician, philologist, linguist, and...
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Ruben Zakharian
Ruben Agasievich Zakharian (Russian: Рубе́н Ага́сиевич Захарья́н; July 14, 1901, Tbilisi, Georgia, Russian Empire – May 25, 1992, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation) was a Russian-Armenian paint...
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Armenians in Tbilisi
The Armenians have historically been one of the main ethnic groups in the city of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. Armenians are the largest ethnic minority in Tbilisi at 7.6% of the population. Armen...
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Armenian Pantheon of Tbilisi
The Armenian Pantheon of Tbilisi also known as Khojivank (Armenian: Խոջիվանք; Georgian: ხოჯივანქი Khojivank'i; Russian: Ходживанк) or Khojavank (Armenian: Խոջավանք) is an Armenian arch...
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Karapet Chobanyan
Karapet Chobanyan (Armenian: Կարապետ Թանկյան; born 25 February 1927 in Karzakh, Akhalkalaki, Georgia and died on 15 October 1978) is an Armenian scientist. He was a talented scientist and engineer...
Dmitriy Nalbandyan
Dmitriy Nalbandyan (Armenian: Դմիտրի Նալբանդյան, Russian: Дми́трий Налбандя́н, September 15, 1906, Tiflis - July 2, 1993, Moscow) was a Soviet Armenian painter, People's Artist of the USSR (19...
Alexander Melik-Pashayev
Alexander Shamil'evich Melik-Pashayev (Russian: Александр Шамильевич Мелик-Пашаев, 23 October 1905 – 18 June 1964) was a Soviet-Armenian conductor. He made numerous highly regarded recordings with...
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Gayane Khachaturian
Gayane Khachaturian (Armenian: Գայանե Խաչատուրյան) (May 9, 1942 – May 1, 2009) was a Georgian-Armenian painter and graphic artist.
Gayane Khachaturian was born into an Armenian family in Tbili...
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Tovmas Nazarbekian
Tovmas Nazarbekian (Armenian: Թովմաս Նազարբէկեան; 4 April 1855 – 19 February 1931), also known as Foma Nazarbekov (Russian: Фома Назарбеков), was an Armenian general in the Russian Caucasus Army a...
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Alexander Khatisian
Alexander Khatisyan (Armenian: Ալեքսանդր Խատիսեան) (Tiflis, 17 February 1874 — Paris, 10 March 1945) was an Armenian politician and a journalist. Khatisian was born in Tiflis, Tiflis Governorate, ...
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Karen Ter-Martirosian
Karen Avetovich Ter-Martirosyan (28 September 1922 - 19 November 2005) was a Soviet and Russian theoretical physics scientist, known for his contributions to quantum mechanics and quantum field theory...
Tateos Agekian
Tateos Artemjevich Agekian (born May 12, 1913 in Batum; died 2006) was an outstanding Soviet astrophysicist of Armenian descent, one of the pioneers of Russian and world Stellar dynamics. Has found tw...
Hovhannes Katchaznouni
Hovhannes Katchaznouni (Armenian: Յովհաննէս Քաջազնունի) (1 February 1868 – 1938) was the first Prime Minister of the First Republic of Armenia from May 30, 1918 to May 28, 1919. He was a member of...
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Arman Padaryan
General Manager of Hover Chamber Choir, and since 2011 Producer, Country Armenia Director of YerazArt, Inc., Deputy Director of the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra and since 2011 General Producer, Gen...
Yervand Kochar
Ervand Kochar (Armenian: Երվանդ Քոչար; Kocharyan) (June 15, 1899, Tiflis, Russian Empire - January 22, 1979, Yerevan, Soviet Armenia) is a prominent sculptor and artist of the twentieth century, f...
Hovhannes Tumanyan
Hovhannes Tumanyan (Armenian: Հովհաննես Թումանյան) (February 19 [O.S. February 7] 1869 – March 23, 1923) was an Armenian writer and public activist. He is considered to be t...
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Vahan Terian
Vahan Terian (Armenian: Վահան Տերյան; January 28, 1885 – January 7, 1920) was an Armenian poet, lyrist and public activist. He is known for his sorrowful, romantic poems, the most famous of...
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Lusine Zakaryan
Lusine Zakaryan, born Svetlana Zakaryan Լուսինե Զաքարյան, Лусинэ (Светлана) Абетовна Закарян (1 June 1937, Akhaltsikhe, Georgian SSR – 30 December 1991), was an Armenian soprano. She grew up in the Sa...
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Tigran Petrosian
Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian (Russian: Тигран Вартанович Петросян; Armenian: Տիգրան Պետրոսյան; June 17, 1929 – August 13, 1984) was a Soviet Armenian Grandmaster, and World Chess Champion...
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