Stop by the museum next to it before visiting, it will be so much more meaningful...also the hilltop it's on offers some great views of the city.
11 - 20 of 285 reviews
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.
Must visit. Only 10 min drive from city centre. Easy to reach. Beautiful landscaping, a place to pay respect to those innocent souls. Make sure to visit the Armenian Genocide Museum. There is no sign for the museum, it is just few steps down before...More
There is so much history behind this monument, a place to pay respect to one and half million Armenians who were perished in 1915. I will leave the detail to be told by visiting the museum.
Where you get to know and read about all the atrocities Armenians faced from as early as 1876 and how they survived and came to build a monument as beautiful as their mind and soul.
Its a holy place for me, it there where all Armenians gather on april 24 to remember the Genocide. you can even visit the museum below. please respect this place