Eurovision Trivia: So You Think You Know… Armenia

An Armenian trivia turn this week. This Caucasian nation has brought Eurovision some of the best in both ethnic and modern-looking pop to the contest and has often made sure we know we’re looking at an Armenian entry. So have a go at this week’s quiz!

With some weeks before we begin looking forward to Eurovision 2019, it’s that time in a Eurovision fan’s year to reflect on past years and all the good music and events they brought. And, if we may, some trivia.

So You Think You Know… is a new series that will arrive each Wednesday, each time focusing on a new active Eurovision country. We are continuing alphabetically. Armenia will be this week, and look out for the newest addition to the Eurovision family, Australia, next time.

What finishing position is Armenia's best result?

Which year did Armenia get their worst result in?

Armenia's debut in 2006 marked the first time that a country not geographically in Europe took part in Eurovision - true or false?

How many male artists have Armenia sent?

Which of these Armenian entries contains no Armenian language in it?

Armenia's 2015 entrants Genealogy, were made up of Armenian diaspora artists to represent 5 continents. They hailed from USA, Australia, Ethiopia, Japan, Armenia itself, and which European nation?

Armenia's new selection show is called Devi Epratsil ('Towards Eurovision'). When was its first edition?

Which of the following artists has been in all Devi Epratsil editions so far?

Which of the following dance subgenres makes up a major part of Aram MP3's 'Not Alone'?

Which Armenian entry has gained the most points for Armenia?

Who is the only person to have represented Armenia twice - once as part of Genealogy?

The Ukraine winner '1944' featured a wind instrument often associated with Armenia - the duduk. Which Armenian entry featured a duduk player on stage?

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