Mihran Azaryan (Born Izmit, Ottoman Empire 1876 – died Istanbul, Turkey 1952) was an Armenian architect from Izmit during the Ottoman Empire who is best known for having constructed and designed the Büyükada Pier and Izmit's Clock Tower.
He was the son of Bedros Azaryan who was a graduate of the Mühendishane-i Humayun. Mihran Azaryan graduated from Sanayi-i Nefise Mekteb-i Âlisi (Today Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts). He worked in Izmit for a while. His military service was in Istanbul between 1914-1918 and it was during his military service that he designed and built buildings. After his work in Istanbul, he moved to Samsun where he continued his profession. In 1935 he returned to Istanbul and died in 1952.
- Uyar, Ayda. "Ermeni Kaynaklarına Göre İstanbul ve Mimarları". Armenian Online Based News (in Turkish). Retrieved 8 October 2011.
- "Büyükada Pier: Büyük Island". Büyükada Travel Guide. Retrieved 8 October 2011. "Today’s masonry structure constructed in a place of former wooden pier, built at Büyükada in 1899, was designed by Mihran Azaryan."
- "Mihran Azaryan" (in Turkish). Retrieved 16 December 2012.
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