Karo Halabyan

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Karo Halabyan (Armenian: Հալաբյան Կարո Սիմոնի) (July 26, 1897, Elisabethpol, now Ganja, Azerbaijan - January 5, 1959, Moscow) was an Soviet Armenian architect. He was Honoured promoter of the Art of Armenian SSR (1940).

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In 1917, Halabyan finished Nersisyan School in Tiflis. And 1929 he finished Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. From 1932, he worked in Moscow. In 1943, Halabyan lead the main lay-out of Volgograd. In 1936, he was elected as an honorary correspondent member of Royal Institute of British Architects.

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