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Vahan Terian (Armenian: Վահան Տերյան or Վահան Սուքիասի Տեր-Գրիգորյան; January 28, 1885 – January 7, 1920) was an eminent Armenian poet, lyrist and public activist. He is a famous poet known for his sorrowful, romantic poems, the most famous of which are still read and sung in their musical versions by people of all ages.
 
Vahan Terian (Armenian: Վահան Տերյան or Վահան Սուքիասի Տեր-Գրիգորյան; January 28, 1885 – January 7, 1920) was an eminent Armenian poet, lyrist and public activist. He is a famous poet known for his sorrowful, romantic poems, the most famous of which are still read and sung in their musical versions by people of all ages.
  

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Birth name Վահան Սուքիասի Տեր-Գրիգորյան
Name in Armenian Վահան Տերյան
Birthplace Gandzani
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Birth date 28 January 1885
Lived in Tbilisi, Moscow, St. Petersburg
Death date 1920/01/07
Death year 1920
Education Lazarian College
Profession Poet
Ethnicities Armenian
Dialects Eastern Armenian
Spouses Susanna Terian


Catalog #514. The Republic of Armenia issued this stamp on Feb. 2, 2011, to commemorate 125th birth anniversary of Terian.


Vahan Terian (Armenian: Վահան Տերյան or Վահան Սուքիասի Տեր-Գրիգորյան; January 28, 1885 – January 7, 1920) was an eminent Armenian poet, lyrist and public activist. He is a famous poet known for his sorrowful, romantic poems, the most famous of which are still read and sung in their musical versions by people of all ages.

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