Àwọn ọmọ Arméníà

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Àwọn ọmọ Arméníà
Armenians
Հայեր (Hayer)
Tigranes the Great St. Mesrob Mashtots Levon V Lusignan
Ivan Aivazovsky William Saroyan Charles Aznavour
Top row (left to right)
Tigranes the GreatSaint Mesrobstatue of Levon V Lusignan
Ivan AivazovskyWilliam SaroyanCharles Aznavour
Àpapọ̀ iye oníbùgbé
7.3 - 7.4 million (2002 est.)[1]
see Armenians per country for details
Regions with significant populations
 Arméníà 2,500,000 [1]
 Rọ́síà 2,000,000 [1]
 Àwọn Ìpínlẹ̀ Aṣọ̀kan 800,000 [1]
 Fránsì 400,000 [1]
 Georgia 300,000 [1]
 Ìránì 170,000 [2]
Eastern Europe and the Balkans 165,000 [1]
 Belarus and  Ukréìn 160,000 [1]
Western Europe (besides France and Northern Europe) 150,000 [1]
 Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (no de jure recognition) 120,000 [1]
 Lẹ́bánọ́nì 110,000 [1]
 Kánádà 100,000 [1]
Other Middle Eastern countries 85,000 [1]
Central Asia 80,000 [1]
 Syria 80,000 [1]
 Austrálíà 60,000 [1]
Asia 30,000 [1]
Africa 15,000 [1]
Èdè

Armenian

Ẹ̀sìn

Christianity:
Armenian Apostolic Church (majority)
Armenian Catholic Church, Armenian Evangelical Church

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