Aghalyan Freydun

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Aghalyan Freydun (Hakob)
Агалян Фрейдун Яковлевич.jpg
Armenian: Աղալյան Ֆրեյդուն Հակոբի
Russian: Агалян Фрейдун Акопович
Born: 20.11.1876
Shoushi, Republic of Artsakh
Died: 01.02.1944
Yerevan, Armenia
Architect, pedagogue.


Was born on November 20, 1876 in Shoushi, Republic of Artsakh.


  • Attended school in Shoushi.
  • In 1903 graduated from Saint-Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering.

Work activity

  • From 1903 to 1921, the Deputy City Engineer of Baku.
  • From 1917 to 1921, a teacher in educational institutions of Baku.
  • In 1920, Public Health Technology department head of the Baku Polytechnic Institute.
  • From 1921 worked in Yerevan.
  • From 1922 to 1929, a teacher in educational institutions of Yerevan.
  • In 1937, a lecturer at Yerevan State University and National Polytechnic University of Armenia.
  • From 1930 to 1936, Kanakershin Architecture department head.

Architectural Works

  • Construction of residential quartersin the Nagorno district of Baku.
  • Treasury in Baku.
  • Roddom (now the city hospital) in Baku.
  • Reinforced concrete bridge across the river Sunzha.
  • Trading rows in Grozny.
  • Residential houses in Grozny.
  • Villas in Kislovodsk.
  • Hospital and dispensary in Kizlyar.
  • Armenian Cathedral in Armavir (Krasnodar territory).
  • Kanakerges Office in Yerevan.
  • Electric substations in Amamlu and Leninakan.
  • Schools in Amamlu and Leninakan.
  • Ketransky aqueduct in Arzni.


  • In 1902, St. Petersburg, honorary diploma of the Interior Minister of Imperial Russia.


  • Father of Aghalyan Armen, who followed his father's example and became a prominent architect of his time.


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