Armenian Genocide Memorial & Museum

An extremely impactful museum dedicated to the lives lost in the Armenian Genocide. The memorial and museum offer plenty of detail into that dark period, with documentary footage, photographs, objects and other artefacts putting faces to names and backing to ideas. The monument is immense, 12 slabs representing the provinces lost to Turkey at the end of World War I, a massive memorial that is strikingly similar to some of the spomeniks found across the former Yugoslavia. The entire memorial complex is found on Tsitsernakaberd Hill just outside the city and you’ll likely have to get a taxi to visit, but it is an absolute must when in Yerevan.


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Open 10:00-15:30. Closed Mon.


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