List of Armenia-related topics

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Armenia:

Armenialandlocked mountainous country, located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia. A former republic of the Soviet Union, Armenia is a unitary, multiparty, democratic nation-state with an ancient and historic cultural heritage.

General reference

Geography of Armenia

Main article: Geography of Armenia
 Azerbaijan 787 km
 Turkey 268 km
 Georgia 164 km
 Iran 35 km
  • Coastline: none

Environment of Armenia

Natural geographic features of Armenia

Regions of Armenia

Main article: Regions of Armenia

Ecoregions of Armenia

Main article: List of ecoregions in Armenia

Administrative divisions of Armenia

Provinces of Armenia

Armenia is divided into ten provinces (Armenian: marzer, sing. marz) and a special administrative division for the capital, Yerevan:

Cities of Armenia

Demography of Armenia

Government and politics of Armenia

Branches of government

Main article: Government of Armenia

Executive branch of the government of Armenia

Legislative branch of the government of Armenia

Judicial branch of the government of Armenia

Main article: Court system of Armenia
  • Supreme Court of Armenia

Foreign relations of Armenia

International organization membership

The Republic of Armenia is a member of:[1]

Law and order in Armenia

Main article: Law of Armenia

Military of Armenia

Main article: Military of Armenia

Local government in Armenia

Main article: Local government in Armenia

History of Armenia

Culture of Armenia

Main article: Culture of Armenia

Art in Armenia

Sports in Armenia

Main article: Sports in Armenia

Economy and infrastructure of Armenia

Main article: Economy of Armenia

Education in Armenia

Main article: Education in Armenia

See also

Armenia portal
Southwest Asia portal
Main article: Armenia


External links

Atlas of Armenia

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