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Armenian Genocide Museum

1,461 Reviews

Armenian Genocide Museum

1,461 Reviews
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8/8 Tsitsernakaberd Highway Kentron District, Yerevan 0028 Armenia
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jmweber wrote a review Yesterday
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Amazing history lessons with many museums engagement tools. The museum has put together a mix of Audioguides, photo exhibits, timelines, context, films, etc. to tell the story of horrific events.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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ptrpdrm wrote a review Sep 5
Vancouver, Canada295 contributions65 helpful votes
One of the best constructed monuments I have visited. The aura is one of loss but also of a hopeful future. The gardens surrounding the structure of the hill give a feeling that beauty and life can grow from a dark place. Additionally, as a runner, I'd like to add that the park surrounding the monument is used locally for running and other recreation. I was hesitant at first when suggested by locals to do my morning run there but they welcome it there and you will see others working out there as well.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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tgochtovtt wrote a review Jul 2020
Le Mesnil-Saint-Denis, France20 contributions2 helpful votes
It's always a moving moment to come to this place, remembering our ancestors and paying tribute to them. Very good museum also.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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CrunchyMonkey wrote a review May 2020
Taipei, Taiwan1,455 contributions358 helpful votes
A great place to understand the genocide history. Although not close to the city and although not a very big museum, it will help you understand more about the history
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Date of experience: June 2019
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LuizDutraNeto wrote a review Apr 2020
Rio de Janeiro, RJ7,968 contributions1,292 helpful votes
This is a sad and touching museum. It preserves the history and identity of the Armenian people and honors the memories of those 1,5 million perished iin the 1915 genocide. Lessons for all generations and hopes for a future without evil genocides. Silence and respect. A must go to all those visiting Yerevan.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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