Miss Armenia

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Miss Armenia
Formation 1996
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Yerevan
Official language
National Director
Khachatryan Ashot
Website Official website

Miss Armenia is a national pageant in Armenia to select Armenia's ambassador for the country


Miss Armenia Organization was established in 1996 by Khachatryan Ashot. The pageant existed in 1996 to 1998. Since 2009 the pageant does not exist but the Armenian representatives might send to world pageant in under casting.[1] Since 1996 Armenia has already competed at international pageants including Miss Europe and Miss International. Between 2002 and 2003 the Miss Armenia Organization signed up to send Lusine Tovmasyan (Miss Armenia 2003) to the Miss Universe and Miss World. Due to lack of sponsorship she failed to compete at the both of pageant.[2]


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Below is a partial list of the winners of Miss Armenia.[3]

Year Miss Armenia Hometown Notes
1996 Karine Khachatrian Yerevan
1997 Angelina Babajanyan Yerevan
1998 Gohar Harutunyan Yerevan Miss Commonwealth of CIS 1998
2000 Kristina Babayan Yerevan
2001 Irina Tovmasyan Yerevan
2003 Lusine Tovmasyan Yerevan 1st Runner-up Miss Europe 2005
2006 Marina Vardanyan Yerevan Top 12 Miss Europe 2006
2007 Margarita Sarukhanyan Yerevan
2008 Anna Galstyan Yerevan

Miss International Armenia[edit]

Miss International Armenia
Formation 2014
Type Beauty Pageant
Headquarters Yerevan
Miss International
Official language
Key people
Model Agency
Website Official page

Miss International Armenia is a national title for Miss Armenia representative at the Miss International. Since 2014 in under Miss International Armenia team, the winner of the Miss International Armenia will compete at the Miss International contest. The current titleholder of the title is Shushanik Yeritsyan of Yerevan.[4]

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Below is a partial list of the winners of Miss International Armenia.

Year Miss Armenia Hometown Placement Special Awards
2007 Rita Tsatryan Yerevan Japan - Unplaced
2014 Shushanik Yeritsyan Yerevan Japan - Unplaced
2015 In progress


  1. ^ "National Director of Miss Armenia". M7C - President. Retrieved 2009. 
  2. ^ "Miss Armenia 2003". Miss-Armenia-Org. Retrieved 2003. 
  3. ^ "history". Miss Armenia. Retrieved 2008-12-28. 
  4. ^ "Miss Armenia 2014". Miss International Beauty Pageant 2014. Retrieved 30 September 2014. 

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