This bite-size museum has something for every taste. The Karsh photographs alone are worth the trip. For those of Armenian descent, this is a pilgrimage not to be missed. I learned a great deal about the Armenian genocide from the curators, but was not overwhelmed, but rather, impressed by the indomitable spirit of the people. Beautiful exhibits of Armenian rugs, embroidery, costumes, musical instruments, and other arts made it a delight for the eyes.
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