Some articles on armenian:
... Stepan Aghajanian (1863–1940) Prominent Armenian artist, Aghajanian studied in Shoushi, Baku, Marcel and Paris Academy of Fine Arts ... He is one of the main figures in Armenian fine arts of the 20th century, practiced various genres and was particularly distinguished as a portrait artist ... the buildings of secondary school, maternity hospital, treasure in Baku and Armenian Church in Armavir were built ...
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