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Another memorial to a dreadful event. It is not a pretty building by any standards and one is overwhelmed with the amount of information. No mention is made of the atrocities committed by the Armenians on other peoples of the region.
Our group tour did not originally include a visit here on the itinerary but the guide altered this to accommodate the desire of the group to visit, as we had been unable to visit the previous day when we had free time as it is...More
An area encompassing the museum and memorial. The museum give a detailed account
of the genocide committed against the Armenian nation In a well laid out area. In another are are a group of fir trees planted by members of various states
This is the most important place to visit in Yerevan. Very few people know about the Armenian genocide - and few countries recognise it. It’s very important to learn about the atrocity in 1915 onwards - and the museum is well presented with facts and...More
a place need to visit in Armenia. The arch. Skill set is really appreciable. The stones are in slanting position with out any support. Museum inside explains the history of armenia and culture and their fights and struggles....
This is a world class museum. Well laid out with comprehensive information in four languages. Try to go at a quiet time as the only thing that detracted from the impact was the loud commentary by some of the tour guides. And given that the...More
This museum certainly gives you a history lesson into the genocide suffered by the Armenian people. However it is a sad place and I found the museum area quiet small.
The gardens reminded me of yad vashem with trees representing here nations.
Also the museum...More
The design itself makes you think. An unmarked staircase descends from the memorial level to the entrance of the museum. The exhibits themselves revolve around photographs and some interactive video displays, with text in several languages (Armenien, English and Russian, with French added, perhaps because...More