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In Japan, it's very common to pray to local gods and deities before starting the exploration of the region or place. After a grueling and long flight, we wanted to take it slow on our first morning in Armenia. So we opted to visit the...More
The place have something about it , like every place related to history and war . It’s a tribute to all those who were killed in the genocide . Beautiful pano view of the city . Must go when in Yetevan !
The monument is located on a high hilltop overlooking the city. Stunning view during sunset. It's also the home of the internal flame. Walking toward the monument, you can see the gardens of trees planted by visiting official figures and the wall listing the cities...More
Every Armenian should visit this place once he’s in Armenia , I was touched while visiting the genocide museum as well , sad memories will suddenly flow while walking there but there’s always a hope and a light that would defiantly guides us !
We took public transport to reach Tsitsernakaberd and glad that I didn't skip this place.
It has great city view.A very significant place for Armenian.The Memorial is indeed a peace of art and museum is also interesting.
This place invites to reflection and insight. It is lined with conifer trees planted by celebrities from all over the world in remembrance of the Genocide victims. It will soon turn into a dense "forest"... we'll see how they manage it...
The Genocide Museum it...More
The monument and memorial forest are very moving and historically important, but there needs to be more careful security - I can't think of anything more inappropriate than for a young guy to be hanging around trying to chat up female visitors within the space...More
Really worth visiting this beautiful monument and museum high above the city of Yerevan.
It commemorates Armenian kost in wars and genocides including the 1915-22 offensive at the Ottomans and the more recent turmoil with Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabakh. From the Genocide Museum, a 100m or...More