Armenians in Spain
|Regions with significant populations|
|Armenian, Spanish, Persian, Arabic|
|Majority Armenian Apostolic Church
Armenian Catholic · Armenian Evangelical
|Related ethnic groups|
|Armenian, Hamshenis, Cherkesogai groups|
Armenians in Spain refers to ethnic Armenians living in Spain. They number around 40,000, centred in Valencia, Barcelona, and Madrid. Spain was the fourth most popular country of destination for emigrating Armenians in 2011.
There are were no Armenian churches in Spain, until one was opened in a small town near Barcelona in August 2009. Most Armenians in Spain belong to the Armenian Apostolic Church. The number of Armenian Sunday schools in Spain is on the rise.
Most Spanish Armenians speak Armenian, Spanish, Persian, and Arabic. Much emigration from Armenia following dissolution of the Soviet Union has been directed to the EU, including Spain, along with Russia and the United States.
- "Armenian Diaspora in Spain". Embassy of the Republic of Armenia to Spain. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia. Retrieved 7 April 2016.
- "Migration Facts: Armenia" (PDF). Migration Policy Centre. March 2013. Retrieved 7 April 2016.
- "SOAR-Barcelona". Society for Orphaned Armenian Relief. Retrieved 7 April 2016.
- Armenian Cultural Association of Barcelona
- Hayastan Armenian Association of Alicante
- IAN Spanish-speaking website of Armenians from Spain and Latin America
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