The most important place to visit The entrance with the trees planted by people from all around the world The museum with very high technologies Entrance was free
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Impressive for its solemnity as well as Soviet grandeur, this is the monument for the victims of the Armenian Genocide. It sits high upon the hill and commands a view of most of Yerevan. Only problems are that the grounds are shabby and crumbling a...More
located on top of a hill overlooking the city. it's where many dignitaries visit and plant a tree in memory of the 1.5 million armenians killed in 1915. For many armenians it's the place to visit and lay a flower in teh memory of our...More
The simple and yet powerfull structures makes you very silent to remember this horrible part of history. Good to see that a vast number of people of various countries planted trees in the garden to commemorate and show respect to Armenian society!
This Armenian Genocide memorial complex is dedicated to the victims of Armenian Genocide built in 1967 on the hill.Every year April 24th is memorable day. The 44m stele is symbol for national rebirth and 12 slabs are in a circle,representing 12 lost provinces in present...More
The memorial monument with eternal flame is simple but stylish. Good views to the north. You need a taxi to reach here. We couldn't find any taxi after the Armenian Genocide Museum closing time and didn't want to walk the entire way to the city...More
Located on the top of a hill the mausoleum and the museum represent a tribute to the genocides Armenia confronted with. A very interesting history lesson and a great opportunity for foreigners to understand. The views over Yerevan are amazing too.