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All reviews military museum ferris wheel museum inside mount ararat eternal flame small museum various ways scenic view yerevan city world war nagorno karabakh well worth the trip hill overlooking soviet union nice walk soviet style northern avenue
This huge monument can be seen from almost anywhere in Yerevan located as it is high above the city. There is a 40m high column with Mother Armenia on top with a museum built into the column.
At the base is an eternal flame in...More
Mother of Armenia is a statute which describes how Armenia stands fighting with other countries around. Struggles of armenia has a long history to share, the museum inside the statute building describes all wars armenia faced
This statue is quite impressive; the architecture is very interesting showing details of Soviet era. According to my guide before it was a statue of Stalin which got replaced after his death. The views of the city were great. In a clear day you can...More
A monument called Mother Armeani. It is a big statue in a mountain about 2 km from center. It includes a museum about Heroes of Armenia and the conflict about NagornoKarabaj area. Nice views of the city
Our tour guide, Nvard from Central Tours of Armenia, provided detailed history of these iconic history places. This is a must see and the private guide will help you understand and unlock the Armenian legacy.
Inside the base of the statue is a war museum on two levels. The entry level has some dull exhibits about the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, but the really interesting part which covers the Second World War and its aftermath is on the darkened lower level. Unfortunately...More
The statue of Mother Armenia replaced one of Stalin and the inside of the base is now a war museum. It is better to find a guide to explain some of the exhibits unless you know a lot of the history of Armenia. There are...More