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This visit was very moving for us, as my husband's grandparents were Genocide survivors. The explanations are rich, clear and plenty. Good information for visitors and many photographs that reflect the horror the Armenian people lived.
A very worthwhile visit, beautiful museum with very detailed descriptions of the Ottoman genocide. I did not know much about the Armenian Holocaust but I learned a lot here, very informative with clear descriptions. Outside there is a beautiful memorial and eternal flame dedicated to...More
This absolutely should be #1 on your list of places to visit when you head to Armenia. A very modern museum, free entry and free guided tours.
Very educational experience and a great account of such a devastating event in Armenian history. Certainly makes you...More
it was very diffucult to walk because all the pictures and the news that time very impressive. It was very painful to remember from my grands tells and again start to understand what they feel. ıt must seen museum in Yerevan.
Difficult not to be exceptionally moved by this experience - the eternal flame in the memorial and the museum itself - all beautifully kept and the museum excellent with superb English panels throughout but hard to take it all in physically and emotionally in one...More
A place you have to be visiting Armenia. It's a loop-style museum with a lot of photo and video materials, texts in several languages. It's a pity but the working hours are very short from 11 am until 4 pm.