Rudyard Kipling

The name of the famous poet, children's writer, and youngest English- language Nobel Laureate Rudyard Kipling is still reluctantly mentioned, the reason is the racist and imperialist ideas.



Victor Hambardzumyan

The most prominent Armenian scientist of the 20th century, astrophysicist Victor Hambardzumyan.



The heroic battle of Ayntap

On April 1, 1920, after the attack of the Armenian districts of Ayntap by the gangs of the regular Turkish army, the six firearms fired from the bell tower of the Holy Mother of God Church signaled the beginning of Ayntap's self-defense.



Herluf Bidstrup

Herluf Bidstrup is a Danish cartoonist, one of the best representatives of the 20th century cartoon and animation.

Sergey Merkurov

The "Encyclopedia" film series presents the renowned sculptor Sergey Merkurov.

Frida Kahlo

Biography of the famous Mexican artist Frida Kahlo.

Winston Churchill

Biography of the legendary English politician Winston Churchill.

Agatha Christie

The author of the most famous detectives in the world - Agatha Christie.

Mikael Tariverdiev

Mikael Tariverdiev is one of the famous Soviet composers. He was especially known for his music written especially for movies. His music and songs written for the films "Seventeen Moments of Spring", "The Irony of Fate or Enjoy Your Bath" are remembered and performed today. Tariverdiev is the author of many symphonic works, ballets and organ music. 

Tigran Petrosyan

Biography of the 9th world chess champion Tigran Petrosyan.



Aram Khachatryan

Aram Khachaturian is one of the greatest representatives of Armenian classical music, the most famous Armenian in the world. In fact, Khachatryan became the most significant successor to Komitas's work. The great composer is world famous for his "Spartak" and "Gayane" ballets, three symphonies and numerous concerts.




Alexey Hekimyan

Alexey Hekimyan- general composer of the Police.