Mkhitar Gosh

Mkhitar Gosh is one of the greatest Armenian figures of the Middle Ages. The famous clergyman wrote the law book, which should have the significance of the constitution for the independent Armenian state being restored. After Ghosh's death, his students of the school he founded had a great role in Armenian culture, science and spiritual life for almost two centuries.

Hovhannes Isakov

During the entire history of the USSR, only three people were awarded the title of admiral. The third one is Hovhannes Isakov, an Armenian born in a land without a sea.

Zhirayr Avetisyan

Zhirayr Avetisyan is one of the founders of Armenian television, the first director. The talented director is also the director of popular television and feature films: "At the Well", "Lipstick N 4", "Dzori Miro". Zhirayr Avetisyan was one of the unique creators, after whom a street was named during his lifetime. The well know director has also been engaged in pedagogical activity for a long time.

Karo Halabyan

Famous Soviet-Armenian architect Karo Halabyan.

Yevgeni Vakhtangov

Yevgeny Vakhtangov is one of the greatest directors of the Russian and world theater, a famous theorist and reformer. The Armenian artist lived a short life, but managed to leave an indelible mark on the history of the theater. The combination of grotesque, colorful theatricality and psychological certainty is the greatest feature of Vakhtangov's art.

Arus Voskanyan

Arus Voskanyan is one of the best actresses in the history of the Armenian theater. She took the stage for the first time with Vahram Papazyan, in her birthplace Constantinople. Moving to Soviet Armenia, she became one of the pillars of the newly opened academic theater, as it is customary to say in professional vocabulary, the theater prima donna.  Yeghishe Charents, Avetik Isahakyan and many other great artists were fascinated by her and highly appreciated her art.

Nelson Stepanyan

Nelson Stepanyan and Hovhannes Baghrmyan are the only Armenians among the many Armenians to receive the double title of Hero of the USSR during World War II. Nelson Stepanyan, a pilot from Shushi by birth, was the horror of the Germans. As he was taking to the air, the Germans were raising a special alarm, spreading the message that Nelson was in the air. His image has always been identified with heroism, courage and self-sacrifice. In fact, the Armenian hero had a lyrical description, he was a real Armenian and a deep thinker.

Nikola Tesla

Agencies could not afford to patent the devices he designed. And he liked to repeat. "I do not work for today, but for tomorrow." Even 75 years after his death, most of the engineering innovations are being tested by an American company named after a Serbian engineer. Nikola Tesla, a man who invented the 20th century.



Rabindranath Tagore

This "Encyclopedia" film tells the biography of world-famous Indian poet and teacher Rabindranath Tagore.



Rudyard Kipling

The name of the famous poet, children's writer, and youngest English- language Nobel Laureate Rudyard Kipling is still reluctantly mentioned, the reason is the racist and imperialist ideas.



Victor Hambardzumyan

The most prominent Armenian scientist of the 20th century, astrophysicist Victor Hambardzumyan.



The heroic battle of Ayntap

On April 1, 1920, after the attack of the Armenian districts of Ayntap by the gangs of the regular Turkish army, the six firearms fired from the bell tower of the Holy Mother of God Church signaled the beginning of Ayntap's self-defense.