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Barely functional tunnel

During the Soviet time 2 parallel tunnels were built to connect the Kids amusement park in Hrazdan... read more

Reviewed 16 October 2016
Yerevan, Armenia
Great experience

I was there at night around 10 . At first it seems scary but I saw some couples was passing the... read more

Reviewed 18 August 2016
Raha A
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16 Oct 2016
“Barely functional tunnel”
18 Aug 2016
“Great experience ”
| West end of Aram and Buzand streets, Yerevan, Armenia
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Reviewed 16 October 2016

During the Soviet time 2 parallel tunnels were built to connect the Kids amusement park in Hrazdan gorge to city downtown. The tunnel served for buses to take kids from Mashtots street to the amusement park and back. One of the tunnels was closed permanently...More

1  Thank 472aramk
Reviewed 18 August 2016 via mobile

I was there at night around 10 . At first it seems scary but I saw some couples was passing the tunnel so I did it . Great experience but I suggest to go there with some others not alone.

Thank Raha A
Reviewed 15 July 2016

This tunnel is of no value from the point of view of transportation. It is interesting to visit as an experiment of architecture. I walked along it. Usually such shady places are inhabited by weird people, but this one was empty.

1  Thank alexey2612
Reviewed 18 September 2015

This is tunnel connecting two absolutely different parts of the city - center downtoun with Hrazdan gorge. Buil in soviet period - nothing has changed, poor condition and not looked after for ages. Nevertheless is kind of time travel when you pass or bike via...More

Thank Narekjan
Reviewed 3 August 2015

It's cool. I won't lie, it is pretty cool. Lots of graffitti but it's dirty and there's no real reason to go there unless you're walking to the Hotel Hrazdan or to the river or whatever else you may be doing down there. DOn't go...More

Thank wurld-travulur
Reviewed 6 July 2015 via mobile

The tunnel itself does not represent any specific value since it's dysfunctional (people tend to avoid it). Otherwise it has an interesting architectural approach typical of soviet era.

Thank Aramissimo V
Reviewed 7 January 2015

This tunnel is a useful pedestrian access point, and also a rather interesting Soviet-era attraction in its own right. At the far northwest end of Misak Manushyan Park, between Aram St and Pavstos Buzand St, beginning just under the Main Post Office, is a long...More

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