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Aramo (Arabic: عرامو, Aramo, Armenian: Արամօ, Aramo) is a Syrian village located in Latakia Governorate north west of the country. Aramo is just 30 km from the Mediterranean sea. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics, Aramo had a population of 490 in the 2004 census.
The name probably comes from the name of the ancient Arameans who inhabited the place.
The village is known to be populated by Armenians, but in 1947 they left in large numbers to Soviet Armenia. Now a few families live there. The town has an old Armenian church called Saint Stepanos built in 1310. It stands in the middle of the village. There are also some small churches carved in the rocks such as Surp Asdvadzadzin and Surp Kevork Armenian Apostolic churches. The Alawite Arabs use those two churches on a regular basis.
Nowadays, there is a small number of Armenian inhabitants in Aramo, most of whom speak the Arabic language.
See also 
- Aramo in Syria Looks
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