Armenie Brazilian

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Armenie Brazilian
Armeno-brasileiro
Total population
40,000[1]
Regions wi signeeficant populations
São Paulo an Rio de Janeiro
Leids

Portuguese, Armenie, Persie, Arabic

Releegion

Christianity (maistly Armenie Apostolic an Roman Catholic), Irreleegion an ithers

Sib ethnic groups

Ither White Brazilians, Armenies

An Armenie Brazilian (Portuguese: Armeno-brasileiro, Armênio-brasileiro) is a Brazilian person o full, pairtial, or predominantly Armenie ancestry, or an Armenie immigrant in Brazil.

Migration history[eedit | eedit soorce]

Armenie immigrants in Brazil gathered maistly in an aroond the ceety o São Paulo, whaur thare are kirks, cultural centers, an even a metro station named "Armênia".[2] The Armenian community maintains a strong presence in the city, albeit not in the country as a whole.

Armenies in Laitin Americae arrangit a demonstration in Brazil, in the ceety o São Paulo at the Armenie Genocide monument on 24 Aprile 1965 o the 50t Anniversary o puttin intae force the Law o Relocation, an a play titled "The Adventures of Armenians 1915" wis written an performit bi Armenies o Brazil at a theatre in São Paulo.

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References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Armenian population in the world, ArmenianDiaspora.com, retrieved 2009-09-20 
  2. Pereira, Liésio (2004-01-24), "Diáspora Armênia traz para São Paulo os primeiros imigrantes", Radioagência Nacional, retrieved 2009-07-07 

Further readin[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • Grün, Roberto (July 1996), "The Armenian Renaissance in Brazil", The Americas (Academy of American Franciscan History) 53 (1): 113–151, doi:10.2307/1007476, JSTOR 1007476  More than one of |number= and |issue= specified (help)
  • Grün, Roberto (1992), Negócios & famílias: armênios em São Paulo, Série Imigração, São Paulo: Editora Sumaré, ISBN 978-85-85408-08-4, OCLC 28799444 

Freemit airtins[eedit | eedit soorce]

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