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Yerevan Stories: Repatriates of Yerevan  
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Yerevan Stories: Repatriates of Yerevan
Yerevan Stories: Repatriates of Yerevan
Photo by: © PAN Photo / Paulina Czarnecka
Yerevan Stories: Repatriates of Yerevan
Yerevan Stories: Repatriates of Yerevan
Photo by: © PAN Photo / Paulina Czarnecka
Alex Sardar, Iran, Germany, United States. Alex had already lived in three powerful countries when he was offered a job which required him to settle in his historic homeland. According to him, life is pretty unpredictable in Armenia.
Alex Sardar, Iran, Germany, United States. Alex had already lived in three powerful countries when he was offered a job which required him to settle in his historic homeland. According to him, life is pretty unpredictable in Armenia.
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Teni Sarkiss-Torossyan, Iran. Teni’s life in Iran was surrounded by everything Armenian, with Armenian friends in the Armenian community. She first came to Armenia in 1999, felt the warmth of the country and moved here for permanent residence shortly afte
Teni Sarkiss-Torossyan, Iran. Teni’s life in Iran was surrounded by everything Armenian, with Armenian friends in the Armenian community. She first came to Armenia in 1999, felt the warmth of the country and moved here for permanent residence shortly afte
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Nune Shakhramanyan, Poland, entrepreneur. Born in Karabakh, Nune moved to Poland and used to visit Armenia every year only as a tourist, stroll around the sites of interest, make friends and return to her non-homeland. And then one day, she unexpectedly b
Nune Shakhramanyan, Poland, entrepreneur. Born in Karabakh, Nune moved to Poland and used to visit Armenia every year only as a tourist, stroll around the sites of interest, make friends and return to her non-homeland. And then one day, she unexpectedly b
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Anush Hakobyan, Russia, Moscow, manager. Anush’ family left Armenia when she was 3. Naturally, she doesn’t remember anything, as they did not really keep in touch with the homeland. But when one day her elder brother declared his intention to return, Anus
Anush Hakobyan, Russia, Moscow, manager. Anush’ family left Armenia when she was 3. Naturally, she doesn’t remember anything, as they did not really keep in touch with the homeland. But when one day her elder brother declared his intention to return, Anus
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Nairi Hakhverdi, the Netherlands, professor. After living a considerable amount of time in the Netherlands, Nairi made up her mind to move and settle in her homeland. Not only does she teach here, like she did in her birthplace, but she also studies herse
Nairi Hakhverdi, the Netherlands, professor. After living a considerable amount of time in the Netherlands, Nairi made up her mind to move and settle in her homeland. Not only does she teach here, like she did in her birthplace, but she also studies herse
Photo by: © PAN Photo / Paulina Czarnecka
Yerevan Stories: Repatriates of Yerevan
Yerevan Stories: Repatriates of Yerevan
Photo by: © PAN Photo / Paulina Czarnecka
Sarkis Panosyan, Uruguay, software engineer. The Pan-Homenetmen Games were the reason for Sarkis’ first visit to Armenia back in 2013. The Scout Camp lured him to the homeland again the next year. Two years later he left Uruguay and moved to Armenia for g
Sarkis Panosyan, Uruguay, software engineer. The Pan-Homenetmen Games were the reason for Sarkis’ first visit to Armenia back in 2013. The Scout Camp lured him to the homeland again the next year. Two years later he left Uruguay and moved to Armenia for g
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Adrineh Gregoryan, Los Angeles, Boston, Washington DC, artist, documentary filmmaker. Having been based in Los Angeles for a long time, she nonetheless thinks that living in Armenia is better. Especially important is the fact, she says, that every single
Adrineh Gregoryan, Los Angeles, Boston, Washington DC, artist, documentary filmmaker. Having been based in Los Angeles for a long time, she nonetheless thinks that living in Armenia is better. Especially important is the fact, she says, that every single
Photo by: © PAN Photo / Paulina Czarnecka
Meroujan Minassian, Tehran, Iran, architect. In order to prevent their son from joining the army in Iran, Meroujan’s parents sent him to their historic homeland - Armenia. It wasn’t long before he met like-minded partners and founded Storaket Architectura
Meroujan Minassian, Tehran, Iran, architect. In order to prevent their son from joining the army in Iran, Meroujan’s parents sent him to their historic homeland - Armenia. It wasn’t long before he met like-minded partners and founded Storaket Architectura
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Raffi Niziblian, Montreal, Canada, communications specialist, filmmaker. Born in Jordan, Raffi spent his childhood in Kuwait and came of age in Montreal before ultimately putting down roots in Armenia. According to him, the decision to move his family to
Raffi Niziblian, Montreal, Canada, communications specialist, filmmaker. Born in Jordan, Raffi spent his childhood in Kuwait and came of age in Montreal before ultimately putting down roots in Armenia. According to him, the decision to move his family to
Photo by: © PAN Photo / Paulina Czarnecka
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