In different countries of the world there are given names of interesting places-quarters, villages, streets, suburbs, squares, bridges and monuments-named after Armenia or Armenians. Listed here are some of those sites.



      ARGENTINA 
    ARMENIA square in Buenos Aires; 
    ARMENIA street in Alia Grasias since Feb 26, 1967. 

        AUSTRALIA 
    ARMEN Hwy in Melbourne;
    ARARAT City in Victoria, First settlers of Armenian;
    ARARAT Reserve National Park, in Sydney
    YEREVAN Street-Sydney
    ARMENIAN GENOCIDE MEMORIAL-New South Wales(NSW).

        BRAZIL 
    ARMENIA a Subway Station, located on Armenia Square where there are 3 churches Armenian Apostolic, Armenian Catholic and Armenian Evangelical.

        BULGARIA 
    HAYKAKAN street in Varna;
    ARMENOR, ARMENIA, ARMENKO, ARMENOKHOR, ARMENITEH, ARMENITSA, ARMENOVO, ERMENLOUI, old Armenian domiciles and villages;
    ARMENITE & ARMIANKOVTSI villages near the town Gabrovo:
    ERMENSKA REKA, river in the South of the town Pazardjik;
    ERMENLOUI village-now Dragash Vojvoda in the county of Pleven;
    PAVLIKIAN village-now town of Pavlikeni.

      CAKHKEDON PENINSULA
    ARMENISTI, an Armenian quarter.

      CANADA
    ONTARIO, Ottawa, a street called Ararat Cr..
    QUEBEC, Montreal, a street called Alex Manoogian St. Wright/Gracefield,Gatineau County, Chemin Terjanian a road.

      COLOMBIA 
    ARMENIA railroad;
    ARMENIA, a city founded by Armenian immigrants in the 19th Century.

      COLUMBIA 
    ARMENIA, is the name of a coffee brand from Columbia.

        CYPRUS 
    ARMENIAS Ave., is an avenue joining two major avenues in Nicosia, the Limassol Ave. and Nikis Ave., and is about 2 (two) KM long;
    ARMENOGHORI is a village in Limassol area, which used to have about 3,000 Armenian population;
    ARMENOGHORI is a village in Limassol area, which used to have about 3,000 Armenian population;
    ARMENOMONASTIRO Is an Armenian Monastery since the Lusinians, and now is occupied by the Turkish Army.

        FRANCE 
    ARMENIA is the first coffee shop in France, established by an Armenian named Haroutoun, in the city of Marseille in 1654.

        GEORGIA
    P.ADAMIAN ARMENIAN THEATRE in Tbilisi.

        GREECE 
    ARMENON is one of the oldest cities in Greece, in the Thesalia Region. Greek historian Strabon, considers Armenon one of the 'homelands' of Armenians;
    ARMENO strip on the seashore of Skiros Island in the Aegean Sea.

        HUNGARY 
    DIALOU ARMENOULOUY, ARMENIYASH, ORMENIYASH, old Armenian quarters.

       INDIA
    HAIKAKAN mountain chain, near Culcutta;
    HAYKAKAN Street in Bombay;
    ARMENIAN AVENUE Street in Madras(Chenai);
    HAYKAKAN Bridge in Madras, better known as Voskan's Bridge, built by Joukhayetsi Voskan Petros.

        IRAN 
    Two different streets in Tavriz named HAYASTAN; A small town named ERMENISTAN;
    Twelve different Armenian churches in Isfahan, Julfa;
    TADEI VANK, a historical monastery, in Tavriz.

        ISRAEL
    ARARAT street in Jerusalem;
    ARMENIAN BLOCK and ARMENIAN PATRIARCHAL CHURCH in Old Jerusalem (1/6 of all Old Jerusalem's area);
    ARMENIAN churches in Old Jaffa, Remleh, Lod and Haifa;
    GULBENKIAN ARMENIAN LIBRARY in Old Jerusalem.

      ITALY
    The Monastic Headquarters of the Mekhitarian Order, SAN LAZZARO MONASTERO ARMENO, in Venice;
    ST. GREGORY Church in Rome;
    The town Rimini was called ARMNI in the 15th Century;
    The HOLY CROSS ARMENIAN CHURCH on CALLE DEGLI ARMANI Street in Venice;
    ARMIANSK is a city established by Armenians in the Crimea peninsula.
     
    LEBANON 
    BOURJ HAMOUD-Armenian Suburb
    HAYASHEN suburb in Beirut;
    AYNJAR, a village in Eastern Lebanon, established in the 1920s;
    ARMENIA, a boulevard in Beirut.

    MOROCCO 
    HAYASTAN is a boulevard in Casablanca.

    POLAND 
    ARMYANI is an historic old town, near the Smodrich River.

    ROMANIA 
    ARMANOUL, ARMENISH, ARMEN, DETALOUY, ARMENI, ARMIANKA, GYOURA ARMENLOUI-Armenian domiciles.
    STRADA ARMENESCA Town in Bucharest also find an Armenian Church.

    RUSSIA 
    ARMIANSK is a city established by Armenians in the Crimea peninsula;
    ARMAVIR town in Southern Russia, 200,000 population;
    ARMENIAN street in downtown Moscow (ARMIANSKI pereulok in Russian);
    NAKHICHEVAN-ON-THE-DON town in Southern Russia, now as a part of Rostov City, 800,000 population.

    SINGAPORE 
    SETIAN Armenian church.
    ARMENIA Street.  

    SYRIA 
    ARAMA is an Armenian village in the Latakia region. 

    UKRAINE 
    ARMIANSK, a town in Crimea established by Armenians;
    HAYKAKAN GETAK is a tiny river, on the northern side of Lvov.

      U.S.A.  ALABAMA-ARMENIAN Town.
    CALIFORNIA-ARMENIATOWN in Hollywood;
          ARARAT-ESKIJIAN MUSEUM & LIBRARY in Mission Hills;
          ARMENIAN MARTYRS MONUMENT in Montebello;
          SASOUNTSI DAVIT monument in Fresno;
          SOGHOMON TELERIAN'S monument Ararat cemetery, Fresno;
          WILLIAM SAROYAN'S Statue, Saroyan theater, Fresno;
    FLORIDA-ARMENIA, a small street in Miami;
          ARMENIA street in Pensacola;
          ARMENIA street in Tampa;
          KESHISHIAN circle, a street in Lakeland.
    MICHIGAN-GOMIDAS statue, Woodward & Jefferson Ave, Detroit;
          ST. JOHNíS ARMENIAN CHURCH museum, Southfield.
    PENNSYLVANIA - ARMENIA MOUNTAIN, at Gobbler's Knob from Mansfield to Troy on Route 6, Northern Pennsylvania;
    ARARAT Town in North Eastern Region;
    PHILADELPHIA - SASOUNTSI DAVIT monument;
    SOUTH CAROLINA-ARMENIA Small Village.
    VIRGINIA-ARMENIAN Town;
    WASHINGTON - ARMENIAN GENOCIDES MUSEUM (previously known as the building of Armenian Assembly of USA).
    WISCONSIN-ARMENIA, a small town in Nesido County.
          ARMENIA, a town on the shores of the Wisconsin River.


      URUGUAY 
    ARMENIA a public square and school in Montevideo.

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