How Armenia shapes today

Where is Armenia?

Armenia is located in Western Asia between the points 40 N, 45 E. Armenia's closest neighbor is Turkey.

Armenia's flag background...

The flag was originally adopted August 24, 1990. All of the stripes represent the people. The red stripe represents the spilled blood of the Armenia soldiers from the past and present. The orange represents the fertile land and the farmers that work on it. The blue is symbolic of hope and the promising sky!

Armenia's flag, capital, and a map!

Yerevan is the capital of Armenia


Armenia is on the Western part of Asia. Armenia has many land forms. It is mostly covered with the Caucasus Mountains. The Sevan Lake is the biggest lake and sits 6,000 ft. above sea level. One major landmark is the Republic Square. It is the city square that has fountains and clock towers. A body of water would be Lake Sevan. The geography of Armenia helps the people live because they know growing up and knowing that the major landmark is the Republic Square.


Armenia has a Republic government! Arman Tatoyan is the ruler of of Armenia. They elect the same way we do. They get debated and voted on and run against other people! The rules and responsibilities of a citizen is ministry and paying taxes.


Armenia's dress code is usually so colorful and diversified. Armenia's main language is called Armenian. The Armenian music sounds more modal and monodic nature. Believe it or not the Armenia celebrated News Years Day the same as us but they have 4 days of it! Also, they celebrate Christmas too! But they have theirs on Jan. 6. 95% of Armenia's believe in Christianity. One of their favorite dishes to eat is called Babakanoosh. The Armenia's are very famous for their gymnastics!


Armenia has in the past been a lower country. The people were usually poor and had a lower standard of living. They use Noah' Ark silver coins. In 2012 the life expectancy rate is 74.44 years. The birth rate in 2014 was 13.92 births. The export of Armenia is $1.63B. The import of Armenia is $4.35B


Armenia is a very COLD climate with plenty of snow! The average temp. is between 22 to 36 degrees Celsius. The yearly rainfall there is around 11 mm. The highest it has been would be 25 mm! This effects the country to be a colder climate making the people a just the way of living.
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1. The Armenian Genocide also known as the Armenian Holocaust, the Armenian Massacres and, traditionally by Armenians, as Medz Yeghern was the Ottoman government's systematic extermination of its minority Armenian subjects inside their historic homeland, which lies within the present-day Republic of Turkey. The number of victims is estimated at between 800,000 and 1.5 million. The starting date is conventionally held to be 24 April 1915, the day Ottoman authorities rounded up, arrested, and deported some 250 Armenian intellectuals and community leaders from Constantinople to Ankara, the majority of whom were eventually murdered.


Alexander the Great attacks Persia and defeats Darius III, but never conquers Armenia. As a result, Armenia regains its independence from Persia.

Compare and Contrast

1. U.S. religion and Armenia's are different but similar. Most percentage of both countries are following Christians. They both read the Holy Bible, they also both go to worship in a church. Some things that are different with their religion is that 13% do NOT go to a church or believe in a Jesus. Another difference in their religion is Armenian's go to a church called Armenia Church where they worship and we go to just Church for worship.

2. Have you thought about how your food that you eat and how Armenia's peoples food taste the same and different. The food for them and us have the same meaning, they both feed and help people stay alive and live. It also they use some of the same stuff we do to eat. Like, vegetables,meat, and bread. Some differences on the food is that their fast food restaurants are so SLOW and the best food comes from their very houses. At least some of our places serve some good food! ( Chick Fil A) Cafes kind of disappeared in the U.S. in Armenia that is what is on almost every sidewalk or park.

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