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Armenians
This article is about Armenians as an ethnic group.

Armenians
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Top row (left to right)
Tigranes the Great • Saint Mesrob • statue of Levon V Lusignan
Ivan Aivazovsky • William Saroyan • Charles Aznavour |
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Total population |
11 - 12 million |
Regions with significant populations |
   Armenia | 3,250,500 | |
 Russia | 2,000,000 | |
 United States | 1,500,000 | |
 France | 800,000 | |
 Iran | 500,000 | |
 Georgia | 300,000 | |
Central and South America | 200,000 | |
 Syria | 190,000 | |
 Argentina | 180,000 | |
Eastern Europe and the Balkans | 165,000 | |
 Belarus and  Ukraine | 160,000 | |
Western Europe (besides France and Northern Europe) | 150,000 | |
 Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (Nagorno-Karabakh Republic is not recognized in the international arena and is in the law of  Azerbaijan) | 120,000 | |
 Lebanon | 110,000 | |
 Canada | 100,000 | |
Different Middle Eastern countries | 85,000 | |
Central Asia | 80,000 | |
 Australia | 60,000 | |
 Turkey | 45,000 – 76,000 | |
 Azerbaijan |       10,000 – 30,000 | |
Asia | 30,000 | [ |
Africa | 15,000 | |
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Languages |
Armenian |
Religion |
Christianity:
Armenian Apostolic Church (majority)
Armenian Catholic Church, Armenian Evangelical Church |
The Armenians (Armenian: հայեր, hayer) are a nation and ethnic group which originated in the Caucasus and the Armenian Highland. It is estimated that there are from 8 to 11 million Armenians around the world.[16][1] There is a large concentration of Armenians in the Caucasus, especially in Armenia, and there is a significant presence in Georgia, Iran, Russia, and Ukraine. As a result of the Armenian genocide, a large number of survivors fled to many countries throughout the world, such as France, the United States, Argentina and the Levant. (see Armenian diaspora).
Christianity began to spread in Armenia soon after Jesus's death, due to the efforts of...
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