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Tsitsernakaberd

Yerevan, Armenia
+374 10 390981
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Half-Day Yerevan History, Culture and Tradition Tour with Brandy Tasting
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Private Yerevan Tour: Erebuni Museum, Matenadaran, Tsitsernakaberd
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Yerevan, Armenia
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"eternal flame"
in 34 reviews
"armenian genocide"
in 73 reviews
"genocide memorial"
in 16 reviews
"trees planted"
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"touching place"
in 5 reviews
"turkey"
in 19 reviews
"ottoman turks"
in 8 reviews
"pay respect"
in 6 reviews
"beautiful monument"
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"sad history"
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"informative museum"
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"visit this place"
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"ottoman empire"
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"mount ararat"
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This is the highlight of Armenia. It is also more sad than most Genocide memorials, particularly because of denial by Azerbaijan and Turkey. You will cry here, particularly when placing a flower at the eternal flame and hearing the music. The Armenian Soviet-Era architecture is...More

Thank Дункан А
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Very moving experience, bringing to life the ghastardly and diabolical events that took place over 100 years ago...in memory of the 1.5 million + murders.

Thank Coachs C
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Plan at least few hours to visit memorial monument and museum. I would recommend to check museum hours in advance - it is open from 11am to 4pm, and closed on Mondays. To get here prepare for a little nice walk for 15 minutes. Monument...More

Thank xTimewind
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A solemn memorial dedicated to the lost Armenian souls... Millions gather here on April 24th Genocide Day... Lush gardens surround the memorial.. An eternal flame burns in the dome next to the splintered obelisk.. Also offers a great view of Yerevan from the memorial..

Thank musali
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Reviewed 18 April 2018

A place worth to visit every single time you go to Yerevan. It may saddens your heart, it may even make you cry, but it reminds you how human we are and how can some countries like Turkey act like human but be a devil...More

Thank Armond H
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Reviewed 8 April 2018

Every Armenian that travels to Armenia should make a point of seeing this monument. Take a walk and take some pictures of the area.

Thank Mell72
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Reviewed 18 February 2018 via mobile

There are monuments that speak to you and make you part of history. This is one of those places. If you can’t make to the museum, at least visit the park and the memorial. Humbling experience. Really.

1  Thank A TripAdvisor Member
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Reviewed 11 February 2018

Going here was to pay tribute to all Armenians who were died and victims of the 20th century genocide. According to my tour guide, the 12 big slab that form a circle represents the 12 lost provinces of Armenia which is now located in Turkey...More

1  Thank xheroine1981
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Reviewed 1 February 2018 via mobile

When visiting Yerevan this is definitely a must visit site. A visit here honors the memory of victims of the attrocities carried out over 100 years ago. The entire facility is a beautiful tribute to all of those who were lost. The museum admission is...More

Thank Jonathon C
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Reviewed 9 January 2018

It's a little bit far from the center of Yerevan, but it's definitely worth visiting. The monument is huge and the fire inside it makes you feel very sad for all Armenians who were killed in April 24th. If you go there with a taxi,...More

2  Thank Hesam D
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