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Vardan Mamikonyan statue on the street that bears his name. Vardan Mamikonyan was the hero and the... read more

Reviewed August 12, 2016
Maidstone, United Kingdom
near the vernisage

we saw it in a warm day a lot of bar and coffee house near it hug and interesting my 7 years... read more

Reviewed July 28, 2016
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2 weeks ago
21 May 2018
“A monument to a great hero”
Khanjyan St. | 40. 174211, 44. 520654, Yerevan 0013, Armenia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

One of the most significant monuments in the History of Armenia. A really good one for those who want to get closer to Armenian History and learn more about the important struggles of Armenians against Persian Kings. The monument itself cannot be defined as one...More

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Reviewed May 21, 2018 via mobile

Well located, not too far from Republic Square. In a small park, across the street from the Vernisage open market.

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Reviewed October 3, 2017

I am not a fan of monument, i didn't even notice this one since it was covered and along the busy road.

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Reviewed August 12, 2016

Vardan Mamikonyan statue on the street that bears his name. Vardan Mamikonyan was the hero and the leader of the Christian Armenian forces, who fought in the Battle of Avarayr against the Persians. The statue was placed in 1975 by sculptor Yervand Kochar. Yerevan has...More

2  Thank deborahk3
Reviewed July 28, 2016

we saw it in a warm day a lot of bar and coffee house near it hug and interesting my 7 years daughter take the photo around is a silent park

Thank majid1122
Reviewed May 22, 2016

I was on my way to the Vernissage or Weekend Market when I passed by a huge monument. The horsemen in the statue is Vardan Mamikonyan, who is both a military leader and a martyr. You will find lots of monuments of prominent people all...More

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Reviewed April 26, 2016

Dramatic statue of Vardan Mamikonyan on the street that bears his name. Fun place to hang around, not much shade though

Thank Raffi E
Reviewed March 26, 2016

This statue is a masterpiece of famous sculptor Yervand Kochar. Located in Circular Park (Օղակաձեւ Զբոսայգի), the statue is standing apart from other monuments nearby, as it represents the Armenian liberation fight against Persian empire. The statue of Vardan Mamikonyan was erected in 1985, and...More

Thank Aram K
Reviewed February 4, 2016

It's worth a visit, as the statue itself sits in the center of a rather large square, which is located across from the Vernissage.

Thank Armen M
Reviewed July 10, 2015

This is a statue that dominates the square it is set in. It is a modern sculpture depicting a middle age hero. A flying leap into battle. It is a statue that is heroic in every way. Fascinating to see it at different types of...More

1  Thank 991udayt
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