Armenia (disambiguation)

Armenia may refer to:
*Region of Armenia;
*Armenia, a sovereign state in the Caucasus;
*Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic, (1922-1991) a former republic of USSR;
*Democratic Republic of Armenia, (1918-1920).

Places

*Armenia Township, Pennsylvania;
*Armenia, South Carolina;
*Armenia, Wisconsin;
*Little Armenia, Los Angeles, California;
*Armenia, Belize, located south of Belmopan in the country's Cayo District;
*Armenia, Colombia, capital of the Colombian department of Quindío;
*Armenia, Antioquia, a municipality in the Colombian department of Antioquia.

Other meanings

*Armenia (butterfly), a genus of butterfly in the family Lycaenidae;
*"Armenia" (ship), Soviet hospital ship sunk November 7 1941, with an estimated 5,000 killed;
*Armenia (song), a song by German music band Einstürzende Neubauten (album: "Zeichnungen des Patienten O. T.", 1983);
*Armenia (publisher), an Italian publisher of fantasy novels;
*780 Armenia, a minor planet in the asteroid belt orbiting the Sun.

See also

Armenian


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