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ވިކިޕީޑިއާ އިން
ފުންމަވާ: ސަމުގާ, ހޯއްދަވާ
Republic of Armenia
Հայաստանի Հանրապետություն
Hayastani Hanrapetut’yun
AnthemՄեր Հայրենիք (Armenian)
Mer Hayrenik   (transcription)
"Our Fatherland"

Capital
(and largest city)
Yerevan coa.gif Yerevan
40°11′N 44°31′E / 40.183°N 44.517°E / 40.183; 44.517
Official languages Armenian[1]
Other language Russian[2][3]
Ethnic groups  97.9% Armenian,
1.3% Yazidis,
0.5% Russian,
0.3% others.[4]
Demonym Armenian
Government Presidential republic[5]
 -  President Serzh Sargsyan
 -  Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan
 -  Speaker Hovik Abrahamyan
Formation and independence
 -  Democratic Republic of Armenia established
May 28, 1918 
 -  Independence
from the Soviet Union
Declared
Recognised
Finalised


August 23, 1990
September 21, 1991
December 25, 1991 
Area
 -  Total 29,743 km2 (141st)
11,484 sq mi 
 -  Water (%) 4.71
Population
 -  2008 estimate 3,238,000[6] (135th)
 -  Density 108.4/km2 (99th)
280.7/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2009 estimate
 -  Total $16.057 billion[7] 
 -  Per capita $4,916[7] 
GDP (nominal) 2009 estimate
 -  Total $8.683 billion[7] 
 -  Per capita $2,658[7] 
Gini (2003) 33.8 (medium
HDI (2007) Green Arrow Up Darker.svg 0.798 (medium) (84rd)
Currency Dram (դր.) (AMD)
Time zone UTC (UTC+4)
 -  Summer (DST) DST (UTC+5)
Drives on the right
Internet TLD .am
Calling code 374
Patron saint St. Bartholomew the Apostle, St. Gregory the Illuminator, St. Jude the Apostle, Virgin Mary

މިއީ އޭޝިޔާގެ ގައުމެކެވެ.

  1. The Constitution of the Republic of Armenia, Article 12.
  2. Ethnologue report for language code: hye. Ethnologue.com. Retrieved on 2010-01-25.
  3. Problems of Bilingualism in Armenia (PDF). Retrieved on 2010-01-25. : "In 1999 the decision of the Government of Armenia that the Russian language would be used in the system of education and cultural and social life of the Republic of Armenia was approved and adopted. This decision contained the concept about a place and role of the Russian language in the system of education."
  4. Asatryan, Garnik; Arakelova, Victoria (Yerevan 2002). The Ethnic Minorities in Armenia. Part of the OSCE
  5. The Constitution of the Republic of Armenia, Article 55.
  6. Statistical Yearbook of Armenia, 2009: Population. ArmStat. Retrieved on 2010-02-09.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 Armenia. International Monetary Fund. Retrieved on 2009-10-01.