Victory Park and Statue of Mother Armenia

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Victory Park and Statue of Mother Armenia

Victory Park and Statue of Mother Armenia
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Sevag
Yerevan, Armenia11 contributions
Sceneries, games and food!
May 2021 • Couples
The park is nice for couples and for kids.

The monument is amazing with amazing views!

Nice street food and the Armenian donuts are a must try!

Make sure to order the watermelon juice next to lake.

Take a pic with the little money.

Mother Armenia with the views.

And the carnival!

Amazing place and it’s a must to go to!
Written June 17, 2021
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Aram1990
Yerevan, Armenia27 contributions
Monument of Victory
Apr 2021
One of masterpieces of Soviet Armenian Great arcitecture. Author famous arcitect of USSR Rafael Israelyan. Fantastic view on all center of Yerevan. It is dedicated to victory on second world war.
Written May 6, 2021
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LuizDutraNeto
Rio de Janeiro, RJ8,613 contributions
A monument to victory and peace!
Sep 2019
Not far from the "Cascade Complex" in Yerevan's "Kenaker-Zeytun District", a park and a monumental statue are part of the regular city tours. This is "Victory Park", a park celebrating the victory of Soviet Armenia in the World War II. At the top of a huge pedestal, which resembles - in its interior - an Armenian Church, a statue of Joseph Stalin was unveiled in 1950. After his death, the statue was removed and replaced, in 1967, by "Mother Armenia" - a 23m high statue by artist Ara Harutyunyan, representing the Armenian nation, the importance of women in the Armenian society and peace, but with strenght. "Mother Armenia", with her sword, overlooks Yerevan and can be also visited in the evenings, when city's lights are on. Inside the pedestal, a military museum about the participation of Armenian soldiers on World War II and also on the Nagorno-Karaback war. Awesome views and nice pictures to take home. Enjoy!
Written April 18, 2020
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Falcons Of Food Street
Dubai, United Arab Emirates524 contributions
Must see
Oct 2019 • Solo
One of the must see in the city provide some of the best views of the city too. It definitely worth checking out.
Written December 31, 2019
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Ludwika
Warsaw, Poland10 contributions
Impresive
Nov 2019
Recomended to go there in the night, its more impresive that time, next to statue is eternal fire, you may warm up in the cold evening. Good symbol of brave fighting Armenia.
Written December 14, 2019
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Sr.Seguro
697 contributions
Looking over Yerevan from the very top :)
Jan 2019
A very nice and spacious area permitting to admire views over Yerevan at any time of the day but without any specificity except this fundamental monument to the nation's mother.
The place requires some restoration and regular cleaning activities since its absence is, unfortunately, evident.
Yes, there is some park with old era attractions close to that but they seem to be of interest just for those with Soviet Union nostalgia.
If you have enough spare time you could visit it as one more reference point on your route.
Written December 9, 2019
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RafAhm7
Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates91 contributions
Its for all mothers of Armenia
Dec 2019
The Mother Armenia statue symbolizes all the mothers of Armenia for the peace they shown through their mental strength.
Written December 9, 2019
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nsh0re
New York City, NY14 contributions
Go at sunset
Oct 2019
Spectacular in that Soviet sort of way. I love that it is a woman representing the country. Sword points towards a certain country to the south.
Written November 17, 2019
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TheLush101
Cardiff, UK1,980 contributions
Amazing view plus a museum
Sep 2019
This was the first place we headed to in Yerevan and we got a Yandex here from the city centre. The park has an amazing view over the city and Mount Ararat in the background (see the photos). The plants and some of the paths aren't that well maintained, but it's worth a visit to see the other parts of the park.

There are memorials to various wars dotted around and a boating lake too. The main feature is the Statue of Mother Armenia - the statue is very impressive and there's also a museum in the base too. There wasn't a lot of English descriptions of the exhibits, but when we headed down to the second floor, one of the ladies came with us and explained various things in broken English. It was only through this that we learned that Armenian fighters were part of the Soviet forces which liberated Berlin in WWII. We gave a small donation at the end. Outside the statue are various military vehicles (MiG jet, tank, rocket launchers etc). that you can go right up to.

There's also a very Soviet theme park in the park too so you'll see a few locals around enjoying themselves.
Written November 17, 2019
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HovhannesN
Yerevan, Armenia7 contributions
Nice park with nice views
May 2019
This place is known for its nice scenery over downtown Yerevan. Especcially it is nice during the night. The statue itself is a huge one, representing female personification of Armenia. The park in general is ok, but needs to be taken care of more; lots of dried bushes and trees.
Written November 16, 2019
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