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Tsitsernakaberd

Yerevan, Armenia
+374 10 390981
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Private Tour in Yerevan Erebuni Museum Armenian Genocide Memorial Matenadaran
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Half-Day Yerevan History, Culture and Tradition Tour with Brandy Tasting
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Yerevan Tour: Erebuni Museum, Matenadaran, Tsitsernakaberd
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Yerevan, Armenia
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We in Israel also carry the heavy burden of our very own tragic history of Holocaust and therefore we cannot stay indifferent to the suffering and memory of our brethren Armenians savagely persecuted for their faith and identity. A visit at Tsitsernakaberd is a sobering...More

Thank Ariel857
Reviewed 1 week ago

The genocide of the Armenian people that took place in the month of April in 1915 is very much part of the national identity of the people and of the country overall. The museum is a must see both for history enthusiasts and regular travelers....More

Thank Shushanik N
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I had been to Mustafa Ataturk's masoleum a couple of years before I went through the Armenian genocide museum. Sad,sobering, heart rending. .. to hear how Ataturk was lionized for bringing Turkey closer to Europe and making changes for the good of his country, yet...More

Thank ruth w
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

For visitors to Armenia who are aware of the importance of history and hence of the 1915 genocide, this place is essential. Inside the museum you will learn all about the massacres in the Ottoman Empire, presented with lots of pictures, short films and historical...More

Thank Thorsten M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is history. Sure you can read a wiki page, but you won't feel the same experience, and you won't absorb the same depth of sentiment toward the people that suffered the consequences of 1915. Armenian families today still can relate to a family member...More

Thank floridatraveler33
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This museum is for the victims of Armenian Genocide of 1915. You can see the results of unhuman activities of Osmanian Turkey.

Thank Arsen A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Every Armenian should visit this amazing memorial of the 1.5 million Armenians massacred by the Ottoman Turks. Very touching and a detailed explanation of events that led to the genocide. Well worth a visit.

Thank Vartan T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It's a solemn place, there is the eternal fire going since 1965. There is a long wall on the left side of the memorial, on it carved all the major city names where the massacres took place. My grandpa's city was thee too. It is...More

Thank Haig A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

You can Find your peace here.Such a silent hill.Like you are going through the years back and see victims.....Very Touching place

Thank RUBEN P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A place with a beautiful monument and museum. You can go to Dalma Garden Mall on foot, which takes 15 minutes. It is also near to wine factory Noy Wine Brandy Vodka Factory.

Thank Mitra S
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