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Tsitsernakaberd Memorial Complex, Yerevan 0028, Armenia
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If you want to understand the Armenian spirit you must visit this place. It is the remarkable museum of humanity's big failures.

Thank JoachimShe
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The genocide museum is situated outside the city in a large complex, and can easily be reached by marsh rusty or taxi. The museum is free to enter and all of the plaques (of which there are around 60 of) are in English, Russian and...More

Thank Dom_Smith12
Reviewed 3 days ago

Learned so much about Armenian history and the genocide. The place will affect you and the pictures will haunt you, but you will have so much more love and respect for the Armenians for their resilience and devotion to their brethren. The entrance is free....More

Thank nejoudy
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We were unprepared for the impact of the Memorial, with its elevated location, which takes you both above and into the heart of Yerevan. It is rightfully powerful and a tribute to the regenerative spirit of the Armenians. The museum is also excellent, highly informative...More

Thank Mazzer623
Reviewed 3 days ago

When visiting Armenia you really owe it to yourself to get a minimal understanding of the recent history and the Armenian Genocide is a very important part of that. This Museum outlines what led up to the genocide and how it happened and some of...More

Thank DavidOg
Reviewed 3 days ago

High quality museum , with extensive explanation on the armenian history and genocide. Definitely a place to not be avoided when in Yerevan. It is just outside the centre, we went there by car, but maybe possible to walk there. The entrance is free and...More

Thank Mylene_Laurent
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Interesting museum which is for free, about painful history of Armenian people. Sometimes it was uncomfortable to read some descriptions which are written too low, but all in all it is a place worth to visit.

Thank Pavel S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This place is an excellent memorial for the tragic event of the genocide against a great people. solemn and confronting but a must for any trip to this region

Thank Christian H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Especially if you’re not an Armenian you need to visit this place to understand the Armenian struggle. Eye opening exhibition tells the story of the Armenian struggle and the Turkish denial of the genocide done by the Turks.

Thank amsterdamnyc
Reviewed 1 week ago

very nice place, calm atmosphere, here you will know all about the invasion and genocide. very nice nature around the museum.

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Ihab S
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Response from Armen M | Reviewed this property |
Why don't you ask the Algerians? Still, a simple google search brought up the museum of ethnography and antiquity in Algiers. I would start there.
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